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Fall 2000 Projects Hotlists and Treasure Hunts Created in Filamentality
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Hotlists and Treasure Hunts Created in Filamentality

These sample Hotlists and Treasure Hunts were created by several classes of Monmouth University graduate students who took the online course (ED 554 OL Modern Educational Practices).

The web pages were created in Filamentality, a fill-in-the-blank interactive web site that guides you through picking a topic, searching the Web, gathering good Internet sites, and turning web resources into your own educational web page. In terms of technology integration, Filamentality is a great place to start. It's user friendly and perfect for students and teachers who don't have web development experience, but are eager to begin.

Fall 2002

Hotlists

(Teacher Education)

 

Treasure Hunts

(K-12)

 

Erin Gunteski Reading Strategies Ancient Egypt
Ryan Monday Motivation Holidays
Rebecca Novak Teacher's Computer Guide Olympic Games
Erin Monahan Literacy Centers Colonial Times
Tiffani Monroe Classroom Management Cell Organelles
Jill Fardella Parental Involvement Explorers of North America

 

Spring 2002 

Hotlists

(Teacher Education)

Treasure Hunts

(K-12)

Deb Buxbaum History Multimedia Civil War
Chris Cullen Communications Silent Cinema
Tom Lynch Chemistry Meteorology
Leslie Van Arsdale Lesson Plans Ocean
Karen Tay Transition Programs Rock and Roll
Mike Liebmann Give Pi a Try Statue Of Liberty
Jodie Boyle Rubrics Pyramids
Diane Hoff Explaining Tragedy  Solar System
Sharon Harris Shakespeare Women Writers

Fall 2001 

Hotlists

(Teacher Education)

Treasure Hunts

(K-12)

Dawn Graff Homework Hurricanes
Ann Marie Callahan Children's Literature Butterflies
Diane Clossey Professional Development Tropical Rainforests
Greg Altmajer Math Dolphins
Tim Coakley Educational Standards  U.S. Presidents
Michael Iasparro Physical Education Health
Stacey Hogan Classroom Management U.S. Monuments
Cheryl Leonardis Innovative Teaching Space Exploration
Meaghan Kelley Character Education Weather
Lori Lo Cicero Job Interviewing History of Chocolate
Jeff Jackson Learning Disabilities Tropical Rainforests
Amy Ilaria Autism Solar System
Susan Winfree Motivating Students Immigration History
Jen Cosgrove Multiple Intelligences Nine Planets
Ellen Kelly Parental Involvement Space
Melissa Manni Science Lesson Plans Stages of Sleep
Tim Donovan Multiculturalism American Slavery
 Nusrat Sohail Techno Constructivism Salem Witch Trials
Evan Wigdortz Middle East Events Persian Gulf War
Melanie Kass Classroom Management Day of the Dead
Matt Strippoli Multiculturalism Dinosaurs
Shannon Cohen Literacy Bats

Spring 2001 

Hotlists

(Teacher Education)

Treasure Hunts

(K-12)

Lisa Hennessy Classroom Management Oceans
Stacy Schlomann  School Violence Ann Frank
Donna Mead Teaching French Exploring France
Jodi Trencher Constructivism Koalas and Kangaroos
Danielle Massimi Parental Involvement  Zoo Animals
Keri Belvin Standards and Assessment Food and Nutrition
Mary Woelfer Resources for Teachers* Art for Kids
Robyn Yuter Inclusion Four Seasons
Tract Whitt Mini-Hotlists** Moon
Kristen Hermida Autism Sharks
David Salowe  Visual Technology Photography
Donna Post Emergent Literacy Battle of Gettysburg
Melissa Hanford  Parental Involvement Solar System
Marianne Gawler ADHD/ADD Space
Christine Annecharico Classroom Management Sharks
John Schmitt Community Service Ocean Ecosystem
Jennifer Flanter ADD Dinosaurs
Robert Sislian Shakespeare Poetry
Kristen Kozuch Adolescent Depression DNA and Ethics
Timothy Mason Inclusion Whales
Sarah Strasser Dyslexia Holocaust

* - Describes and links to all the Hotlists created by the Spring 2001 class.

** - Describes and links to all the practice Mini-Hotlists that were used as a trial run.


Dr. Bill Martin
Monmouth University

This page was last updated on 12-20-02.