Today at 3 p.m. ET, Mashable is moderating a Google+ Hangout with best-selling authors Mitch Albom, Dave Barry, Greg Iles, Sam Barry and Ridley Pearson, as well as Lisa Rutherford and Jen Lou from digital publisher Coliloquy Together, we'll discuss...
This is a shameless plug for my own classroom website. I have worked for the past year and a half to develop a comprehensive website that is useful to teachers, parents, and students. This is where I am putting a large number of my posts to practical use. I wanted to try out the website, Pictochart, and so I made the infographic that you are seeing.
After a mix up with the poll our moderator decided the topic would be teaching research skills. Participants noted that the skills have to be taught explicitly if you want students to have good research skills.
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