Librarians Teaching Information Literacy
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Teaching with Primary Sources | Teacher Resources - Library of Congress

Inquiry is a process of active learning that is driven by questioning and critical thinking. The understandings that students develop through inquiry are deeper and longer lasting than any pre-packaged knowledge delivered by teachers to students.

 

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On these pages, we present a body of practical scaffolds and supports for teachers and teacher librarians interested in Guided Inquiry.

 

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Christine Bushong's curator insight, April 11, 2013 10:40 AM

Detailed resources for teaching information literacy using the Guided Inquiry Design Process.  The 8 steps of the process are explained, and sample lesson plan examples are presented.

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The 5Ws and H – Questions, Questions, Questions! | Socrative Garden

The 5Ws and H – Questions, Questions, Questions! | Socrative Garden | Librarians Teaching Information Literacy | Scoop.it

 

Whether an ELL teacher or a physics teacher, you’ll encounter numerous opportunities to cultivate your students’ abilities to mine for information, make sense of it, and then arrive at conclusions.  So let’s support the development and acquisition of these cross-disciplinary skills through whole class discussion, practice and guided examples. - See more at: http://www.socrative.com/garden/?p=123#sthash.psLaA1w4.dpufWhether an ELL teacher or a physics teacher, you’ll encounter numerous opportunities to cultivate your students’ abilities to mine for information, make sense of it, and then arrive at conclusions.  So let’s support the development and acquisition of these cross-disciplinary skills through whole class discussion, practice and guided examples. - See more at: http://www.socrative.com/garden/?p=123#sthash.psLaA1w4.dpufWhether an ELL teacher or a physics teacher, you’ll encounter numerous opportunities to cultivate your students’ abilities to mine for information, make sense of it, and then arrive at conclusions.  So let’s support the development and acquisition of these cross-disciplinary skills through whole class discussion, practice and guided examples. - See more at: http://www.socrative.com/garden/?p=123#sthash.psLaA1w4.dpufWhether an ELL teacher or a physics teacher, you’ll encounter numerous opportunities to cultivate your students’ abilities to mine for information, make sense of it, and then arrive at conclusions.  So let’s support the development and acquisition of these cross-disciplinary skills through whole class discussion, practice and guided examples. - See more at: http://www.socrative.com/garden/?p=123#sthash.psLaA1w4.dpufWhether an ELL teacher or a physics teacher, you’ll encounter numerous opportunities to cultivate your students’ abilities to mine for information, make sense of it, and then arrive at conclusions.  So let’s support the development and acquisition of these cross-disciplinary skills through whole class discussion, practice and guided examples. - See more at: http://www.socrative.com/garden/?p=123#sthash.psLaA1w4.dpuf

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On these pages, we present a body of practical scaffolds and supports for teachers and teacher librarians interested in Guided Inquiry.

 

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Detailed resources for teaching information literacy using the Guided Inquiry Design Process.  The 8 steps of the process are explained, and sample lesson plan examples are presented.

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