The Internet & K-12 Education
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Just as U.S. Highway Route 66 was a catalyst for Americana, we see
the World Wide Web as a catalyst that will integrate the
Internet into K12 school curricula. The Web66 project is designed to
facilitate the introduction of this technology into K12
schools. The goals of this project are:
1.To help K12 educators learn how to set up their own Internet servers.
2.To link K12 web servers and the educators and students at those
3.To help K12 educators find and use K12 appropriate resources on the
The University of Minnesota Mustang project
is the vehicle for
cruise down Web66 on the World Wide Web.
Web66 teachers don't "surf the net." Surfers go back and forth over the
same territory at the mercy of the waves and never
really get anywhere. Web66 teachers cruise the web with the style of a '67
Mustang, deciding when to travel, which direction
to travel, and how far to travel. Web66 teachers are in full control of
their own destiny and can seek out the best educational
destinations anywhere on the web.
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