Elementary Educator's Guide to Primary Sources: Strategies for Teaching

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Tom Boberauthor

Tom Bober is an elementary librarian in Clayton, Missouri; a former teacher in residence at the Library of Congress, a member of the Teachers Advisory Board at the National Portrait Gallery, and a 2018 Library Journal Mover and Shaker.

Elementary Educator's Guide to Primary Sources: Strategies for Teaching

20181231

Libraries Unlimited

Pages 184
Topics Librarian's Instructional Role

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Elementary Educator's Guide to Primary Sources: Strategies for Teaching

Author(s): Bober, Tom;
Contributors: Bober, Tom;
Abstract:

Focusing on student analysis of primary sources, this book explores several proven analysis strategies to use with students, including methods from the Library of Congress, the Stanford History Education Group, and Harvard's Project Zero.


• Explains how to identify compelling primary sources by searching online and local resources

• Helps readers to recognize the role primary source analysis can play in student learning across subject areas and grade levels

• Offers readers an understanding of an array of primary source analysis techniques as well as well as ways to modify those techniques in unique situations

SortTitle: elementary educator's guide to primary sources: strategies for teaching
Keyword(s): Librarian's Instructional Role
Author Info:
Tom Boberauthor

Tom Bober is an elementary librarian in Clayton, Missouri; a former teacher in residence at the Library of Congress, a member of the Teachers Advisory Board at the National Portrait Gallery, and a 2018 Library Journal Mover and Shaker.

eISBN-13: 9781440863875
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440863868
Imprint: Libraries Unlimited
Pages: 184
Publication Date: 20181231