There are strong similiarities between McKenzie's research modules, webquests and newer forms of enquiry based learning such as Challenge based learning. Here are a few links to help you along the way.
Jamie McKenzie's - Module Makersite. (Jamie McKenzie's pioneering work in this field has provided the inspiration driving this site.)8 Aboriginal Ways of LearningChallenge Based LearningTom March's - 'WebQuests Template'edna's - Learning questsWebquest.orgVirtual Teacher's - Australian webquests
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Tina Crossland's curator insight,August 27, 5:07 PM
Would recommend this as compulsory viewing for all teachers: How can education adapt to the learning styles of children instead of trying to process them all through a limited system? How can we engage the students who fail to 'fit in' to that system?
"It is the teacher's job to point young minds towards the right kind of question. The teacher doesn't need to give any answers - the answers are everywhere.... learners who find the answers for themselves retain it better." (Sugata Mitra - Slumdog Professor)
... students to become both content creators and curators. connect to experts outside class and to the world knowledge base. critique information available on the web. teach students to curate social media.
>>Great list of tools for teachers and students to use - as well as explanation of curating in education.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.