Teaching Research

Posted: November 6, 2011 in Uncategorized

Teaching Research

[ Taken from http://www.google.com/imgres?q on 11-07-2011]

For sometime I have been trying to teach my learners how to research topics in our 8th grade History class.  There are more research websites, strategies and programs and such out on the web than I care to mention.  It all boils down to three things; find the information you need, figure out what the evidence is telling you, and then do something with it. Art Costa’s “Three-Story Intellect brings this to light better than any other method I’ve seen.  Learners need simple methods, not complex patterns with check lists and handouts.  How often do we as professionals really work some long program.  

[ Taken from on 11-07-2011]

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