The Research Process
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The inquiry based nature of the Common Core Standards requires students demonstrate proficiency in research skills. However, students seldom have a clear understanding of how to differentiate fact-finding overviews from targeted and detailed evidence collection. This month’s Emerging Tech webinar on edWeb.net presented by Michelle Luhtala explored methods for developing instruction that helps students understand the difference. She shared an in depth look at the 9th grade lesson Research Bootcamp 101; the comprehensive, self-paced 9th grade plan she briefly discussed in session #39. She also showed sample charts and images, as well as websites used in the lesson.
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