Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Teaching students how to check the validity of their sources is a key part of the guided inquiry process. This article underlines the importance of that first step. Never assume your students have this knowledge. A quick refresher is always a good idea. Courtesy of ASCD Smart Brief.

How does the Internet affect learning?

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Internet searches can blur the line between what students do and do not know, according to research presented at the Association for Psychological Science conference. However, that may not mean the Internet negatively affects student learning, some researchers said. Education Week (tiered subscription model) (5/26)
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