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					            PSAHPERD „03

   Where in the Web
is Health & Phys. Ed.?
           The 3 S‟s:
               • Searches
                 • Sites
                   • Samples

                    Jane Glass
   Manheim Township School District, Lancaster, PA
               jane_glass@mtwp.net
      http://www.mtwp.k12.pa.us/~jane_glass/
    Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?



       EX.:
       Sneakers:
         …so, you’re going to buy a new pair of sneakers…

         • For what purpose will they be used?

         • What special needs must be considered?

         • In what type of store should you shop?



Q #1: What are your choices ?
      …how many brands can you name?????…
    Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

             Search Tutorials / Help Sites:
…Helping to get just the “right fit!”

   Best Searches:
         http://www.noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/information/5
            locate/adviceengine.html
   Search Engine Showdown (Reviews):
         http://www.notess.com/search/reviews/
   Search Engine Watch:
         http://www.searchenginewatch.com/
   Searching the Web:
         http://daphne.palomar.edu/learnit/searchingtheweb.htm
   The Spider‟s Apprentice:
          http://www.monash.com/spidap.html
       Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                    Search Engines / Directories:

• For GENERAL topics ~ use a DIRECTORY / INDEX;
     Complied by a HUMAN; indexes catalog websites by topic (~library);
               Examples of a “directory would be Magellan, Yahoo

• For SPECIFIC topics ~ use a SEARCH ENGINE;
    Computer-generated, Internet data bases; search web pages by keyword/phrase;
    the computer then indexes, cross-references and creates a keyword database.
               Examples would be: Alta Vista, Excite, HotBot, Lycos, Northern Light


• For VERY SPECIFIC topics ~ use a META SEARCH ENGINE;
     These “meta search engines” search other engines and provide specific results.
               Examples would be Dogpile, Mamma.com



• Search results may vary depending upon terms used, the rules or
 procedures followed, or just the “tool” itself (most are very unique);
                    …different rules for different tools…!
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                   Search Engines / Directories:

    About.Com             http://www.about.com
    All the Web           http://www.alltheweb.com
    AltaVista             http://www.altavista.com
    Direct Hit / Teoma    http://www.directhit.com
    Dogpile               http://www.dogpile.com
    Excite                http://www.excite.com
    Gigablast             http://www.gigablast.com
    Google                http://www.google.com
    HotBot                http://hotbot.com




Q #2: What are your choices ?
        …how many tools can you name?????…
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                 Search Engines / Directories:

    LookSmart           http://www.looksmart.com
    Lycos               http://www.lycos.com
    Mamma               http://www.mamma.com
    Meta Crawler        http://metacrawler.com
    MSN                 http://search.msn.com
    Openfind            http://www.openfind.com
    WebCrawler          http://www.webcrawler.com
    WiseNut             http://www.wisenut.com
    Yahoo               http://search.yahoo.com




Q #2: What are your choices ?
        …how many tools can you name?????…
       Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                     Government Info Sites for HPE:
   Center for Disease Control               http://www.cdc.gov/
   Dept. of Health and Human Services       http://www.hhs.gov
   Gov. Search Website                      http://www.searchgov.com
   Healthfinder                             http://www.healthfinder.gov/
   MedLine Plus Health Information          http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
   National Institutes of Health            http://www.nih.gov/
   National Library of Medicine             http://www.nlm.nih.gov/
   National Safe Kids Campaign              http://www.safekids.org/
   The American Red Cross                   http://www.redcross.org/
   U.S. Environmental Protection Agency     http://www.epa.gov/
   The Nat’l Cancer Institute's News Ctr.   http://www.cancer.gov/newscenter
   U.S. Food & Drug Administration          http://www.fda.gov/
   US Census Information                    http://www.census.gov/
      Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                  Health Agency Sites for HPE:
   American Medical Association             http://www.ama-assn.org
   Amer. Cancer Society                     http://www.cancer.org
   Amer. Council for Drug Education         http://www.acde.org
   American Academy of Family Physicians    http://www.aafp.org/patientinfo
   American School Health Association       http://www.ashaweb.org
   Drug Education Council                   http://www.drugeducation.org
   HMO: Health Maintenance Orgs.            http://www.hmopage.org/
   Journal of the American Medical Assoc.   http://jama.ama-assn.org/
   The New England Journal of Medicine      http://www.nejm.org/
   World Health Organization Website        http://www.who.int/home-page/
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                  General Health Sites:

   Achoo - Gateway to Healthcare
                    http://www.achoo.com/directory/hhd/default.asp
   Alternative Medicine Data Base                 http://www.alt-healthsearch.com
   Discovery Health                               http://www.discoveryhealth.com
   Dr. Koop’s (fmr Surgeon General) Website       http://www.drkoop.com
   General Health Information                     http://www.healthatoz.com
   General Health Alternative Medicine            http://www.healthwwweb.com
   General Health Information Website             http://www.healthweb.org
   Harvard Pilgrim Health Care                    http://www.harvardpilgrim.org
   Health and Phys. Ed. Assoc. Website            http://www.aahperd.org
   Health Care Virtual Library
                    http://www.amerinetcentral.org/library
   HealthTouch Database
                    http://www.healthtouch.com
      Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                   General Health Sites: (cont’d)
   Injury Prevention Information         http://www.injurypreventionweb.org
   Kids Health                           http://www.kidshealth.org
   Mayo Clinic Database Website          http://www.mayohealth.org
   Medical Database                      http://www.medscape.com
   MedicineNet                           http://www.medicinenet.com
   Reuter's Health Homepage              http://www.reutershealth.com
   Talking w/ Teens About Tough Issues   http://www.talkingwithkids.org
   The WebMD Homepage                    http://my.webmd.com
   The Yuckiest Site on the Internet     http://yucky.kids.discovery.com/
   Updated Nat’l. Health News Info       http://www.healthnews.com
Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?




                  So,
              HOW do I
    take all of this information -
        the search engines,
        the resource sites, -
    and use it in my teaching?
         …in a lesson?
      Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                 Applications for Classes:

    Current Events
    Enrichment Activities          Product oriented Projects:
    Independent Projects               Graduation Projects
    Inquiry Based-Projects             Research Projects
    Interactive Surveys                Term Papers
    Lesson Plan Ideas                  Multi-media / Visual Projects:
    On-Line Tools / Calculators             Hyperstudio
                                             Charts / Graphs
    Quizzes / Games
                                             Microsoft Power Point Shows
    Remediation
                                             Microsoft Publisher Brochures
    Scavenger Hunts (online)
                                             Webpages
    Website Analysis
    Webquests

Q #3: How many people
       have integrated technology into lessons?
               Examples to share…???
    Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                   Calculators/Tools Sites:

1. Discovery Health                  http://health.discovery.com/tools/calculators.html
        Activity /Calorie Burn Rate, BMR, Beats & Breaths, BMI, BAC, Cost of
        Smoking, Pregnancy Due Date


2. Self Magazine online              http://www.self.com/calculators/
           Body Mass, Body fat %, Calories burned per activity, HR , Nutritional needs


3. Insite Fitness                    http://www.insitefitness.com.au/
           BMR, THR, Metric converter (lbs > kgs), Running splits / pace times


4. InteliHealth                      http://www.intelihealth.com/
           BMI, Heart & breath odometer, Pregnancy due date


5. My WebMD                          http://mywebmd.com
         BMI, Calorie, Due date,Height predictor, Ovulation calculator, HR
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                    Interactive Program Sites:

   Brain Probe                     http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/tryit/brain/
        Probe the Brain activity


   CPR                          http://www.emergencytraining.ie/ecpr.htm
        1st Aid, CPR, Simulation


   Heart /Cardiovascular System
        Anatomy & Physiology
               http://www.intelihealth.com/IH/ihtIH/WSIHW000/23722/29694.html

        Electric Heart ~ NOVA Surgery:
                 http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/eheart/transplantwave.html

        Way Cool Surgery
               http://www.waycoolsurgery.com/
    Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?
        -> Here’s a nifty site that offers several “shareware”
                Health programs that you can download for free!



-> The Health Centre at the University of Alberta (CA)
   has FREE interactive programs on:
  • Stress (addresses warning signs, sources, evaluation tools, management
                  tips, relaxation techniques and time management skills);
  • Alcohol (presents an excellent overview of alcohol, its effects, associated
                                problems, and many myths and misconceptions);
  • Nutrition

  • AIDS
  • Human Sexuality                (good, but graphic)
  • Birth Control


Visit   http://www.ualberta.ca/HEALTHINFO/
Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?


Sample Tech Integration Ideas for Teachers:

• PPTs
         To combine information + visual impact !




• Webpages
       To provide central resource of information
       and / or links for students
      Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                  Teacher Sites / Lesson Plans:
   Armadillo’s K-12 Resources
                              http://chico.rice.edu/armadillo/Rice/K12resources.html
   AskEric Lesson Plans                http://ericir.syr.edu/Virtual/Lessons
   Awesome Library                     http://www.awesomelibrary.com
   Bernie Poole’s EdIndex              http://www.pitt.edu/~poole/edmenu.html
   Big Chalk Education Network         http://www.bigchalk.com
   BioPoint                            http://www.biopoint.com/
   Blue Web’n                          http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/bluewebn
   Busy Teacher's Web Site             http://www.ceismc.gatech.edu/busyt
   CNN Student Newsroom                http://learning.turner.com/newsroom
   Community Learning Network          http://www.cln.org/subjects.html
   Daily Lesson Plans NY Times
                              http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                  Teacher Sites / Lesson Plans:                    (cont’d)

   Ed’s Oasis                           http://www.classroom.com/edsoasis/
   Educational WWW Resources            http://www.cln.org/subjects.html
   Education World                      http://www.education-world.com
   Encarta Lesson Plans
                     http://encarta.msn.com/schoolhouse/default.asp
   Eisenhower Nat'l Clearinghouse       http://www.enc.org/weblinks/
   Forefront Curriculum                 http://www.4forefront.com
   Homework Central                     http://www.bigchalk.com
   Internet Schoolhouse                 http://www.onr.com/schoolhouse/health.html
   Kathy Schrock's Educ. Guide          http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide
   McRel Hotlinks
                     http://www.mcrel.org/resources/links/hotlinks.asp
   Online Survey Maker                  http://www.zoomerang.com
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                   Teacher Sites / Lesson Plans:                    (cont’d)

   PBS TeacherSource                    http://www.pbs.org/teachersource
   PE Central                           http://pe.central.vt.edu
   PE Lesson Plans
                     http://schools.eastnet.ecu.edu/pitt/ayden/physed8.htm
   Schools Online                       http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/schools
   Sports Media Lesson Plans            http://www.sports-media.org/
   Teacher Vision Learning Tools
                     http://www.teachervision.com/orientation.html
   Teach Net                            http://www.teachnet.com
   Teachers.Net                         http://www.teachers.net/lessons
   The Gateway to Educ. Material        http://www.thegateway.org
   UIUC (Univ. of Illinois)             http://mstemac4.ed.uiuc.edu
        Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

   Internet ~ Webquest Project Sample Sites:


Inquiry-Based Projects
       Biopoint, / David Jakes                      http://www.biopoint.com/


Web Quests
       A WebQuest is defined, by Bernie Dodge from the San Diego State University,

        as "an inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all of the information

        that learners interact with comes from resources on the Internet.”

       Bernie Dodge          http://webquest.sdsu.edu/matrix.html

       Kathy Schrock         http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/webquest/webquest.html
Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?




         What could these
      inquiry-based projects
              look like?



 The following slides contain snapshots
 of lessons/activities from an online Health course -
    Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?
Students read & reflect upon an HIV “up close and personal” account.
   Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?
A lesson assigning students to investigate the nutritional worthiness...
Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?
of the new American staple: fast food…Are they happy meals?
     Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

                  Teacher Tools Sites:

   Blackboard                                  http://www.blackboard.com/
   Filamentality                               http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/fil/
   Hyperstudio                                 http://www.hyperstudio.com/
   My Project Pages                           http://www.myprojectpages.com
   Nice Net                                    http://www.nicenet.org
   Quia                                       http://www.quia.com/
   Quiz Center
         http://www.school.discovery.com/quizcenter/quizcenter.html
   Quiz Lab
         http://www.quizlab.com/
   School Notes / EdGate                       http://www.schoolnotes.com/
   WebQuest Templates
         http://edweb.sdsu.edu/webquest/LessonTemplate.html
         http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/webquest/webquest.html
         http://www.macomb.k12.mi.us/wq/wqdmain.htm
    Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?

               Rubric Sites:

   Education Online
                   http://www.really-fine.com/Rubrics.html
   Rubrics and Online Surveys
                   http://www.nova.edu/~burmeist/rubrics.html
   RubiStar
                   http://rubistar.4teachers.org/
   Teach-nology
                   http://www.teachnology.com/web_tools/rubrics/
   UNI Professional Development

                   http://www.uni.edu/profdev/rubrics.html
Where in the Web is Health & Phys. Ed.?


      To access this presentation’s handout:
        http://www.mtwp.k12.pa.us/~jane_glass/


                         or
    http://www.mtwp.k12.pa.us/~jane_glass/searches

                         or
   http://www.mtwp.k12.pa.us/~jane_glass/whereinweb




                    OR contact:
                    Jane Glass
                jane_glass@mtwp.net

				
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