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In partnership with UBC librarians, faculty members and students, the toolkit was developed to support the creation of research assignments and instruction that address students' information literacy levels and needs.
"When considering whether classroom assessments have value, middle-school teacher Heather Wolpert-Gawron writes that she first asks herself whether the assessment has value to the students who are taking it. She then considers whether the assessment allows for project-based learning, critical thinking and student autonomy. Wolpert-Gawron recommends assessing students in some way every day and always considering the four Cs: creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and communication."
I add a fifth "C" to Wolpert's list: Character. In my opinion, these 5 Cs constitute the foundation of so-called 21st century education: Critical thinking, Communication, Creativity, Collaboration, and Character. -JL
Paper presented during the PLAI-STRLC Regional Conference on Promoting Information Literacy for Lifelong Learning, September 25, 2006 at Capuchin Retreat (Information Literacy: the 21st Century Skills http://t.co/l2BAxmzR7v...
In this program, University of Chicago librarians will highlight ways you can integrate library research instruction into your courses to promote the acquisition of the skills necessary to complete research assignments.
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