Teaching Elementary Students Real-Life Inquiry Skills

by
Joyce Armstrong Carroll EdD, HLD
Kristy Hillauthor
Teaching Elementary Students Real-Life Inquiry Skills

20191031

Libraries Unlimited

Pages 184
Topics Creating and Utilizing Library Journals;Creating Presentations that Interest Others;Evaluating Information;Evaluating Sources;How to Share Information;Inquiry and the Importance of Student Choice;Inquiry As a Mode of Learning;Inquiry Method Using Search Engines

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Teaching Elementary Students Real-Life Inquiry Skills

Author(s): Hill, Kristy;
Contributors: Hill, Kristy;
Abstract:

Fake news and misinformation is everywhere. Learn how to teach elementary students to locate reliable information, evaluate sources, and develop their writing skills in the classroom and in the library.


• Provides guidelines elementary students can use to evaluate resources for accuracy and credibility

• Explains how to teach students not only where to look for information but also how to gather and use that information

• Offers lesson plans that build research and note-taking skills

• Teaches inquiry as a mode of learning

SortTitle: teaching elementary students real-life inquiry skills
Keyword(s): Creating and Utilizing Library Journals; Creating Presentations that Interest Others; Evaluating Information; Evaluating Sources; How to Share Information; Inquiry and the Importance of Student Choice; Inquiry As a Mode of Learning; Inquiry Method Using Search Engines
Author Info:
Joyce Armstrong Carroll EdD, HLD
Kristy Hillauthor
eISBN-13: 9781440862496
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440862489
Imprint: Libraries Unlimited
Pages: 184
Publication Date: 20191031