K A I R O SA Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments
Volume 5, Issue 1 Spring 2000
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CoverWeb: Technology and the Face of Language Arts in the K-12 Classroom

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Cyber Learning is Authentic Learning: Practical Theory is the Cadence to Which Teachers March 
Ted Nellen and Lori Mayo

Asynchronous Learning:  Doing That Without Being There
Pat Marshall

Weaving Middle School Webs: Hypertext in the Language Arts Classroom
Nancy Patterson

Using Student-Created Maps to Understand Web Navigation
Marguerite Helmers

Minds Across Space: Teaching University Writing Consultants and High School Writers to Work Together in the Webbed Writing Center
Laura Williams Castleberg and Bruce Closser

Desperately Seeking Leo:  A Story of 4 Young Women, the Internet, and More Questions than Answers
Lori A. Norton-Meier and Scott A. Dumler

Focus on Standards-Based Education

State Learning Standards as Productive Curricular Objectives: It's Not the SOLs that are Destroying Teaching and Learning, It's the Tests
Joel A. English

4 Degrees of Richard Weaver: The Rhetoric of Responsibility in Standards-based Education
by David Metzger

CoverWeb: Technology and the Face of Language Arts in the K-12 Classroom

An Invitation to the NCTE Fall 2000 Conference