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Information Literacy

Accessing and evaluating information; using and managing information.

Points of View in Media

Mar 03, 2017

Blog

Neutral, Biased, or Balanced?: Recognizing Points of View in Media

Before the recent inauguration, then Vice-President Elect Pence accused the news media of being biased. As the media and Washington seem to be careening out of control, our students and their families are becoming more confused about navigating news.

Slavery Digital Archive

Mar 01, 2017

Entry

Digital Archive of Historical Documents

The Nat Turner Project’s digital archive lets students read original documents related to the only large-scale slave revolt ever to occur in the United States.

Global Oneness Social Studies

Feb 23, 2017

Entry

Interdisciplinary Multicultural Stories

The Global Oneness Project offers free multicultural stories and accompanying lesson plans for high school classrooms.

Teaching Students to Closely Examine Information

Feb 03, 2017

Blog

Teasing Out the Truth: Teaching Students to Closely Examine Information

“Where is the best place to find the most accurate information for your research topic?” I asked my eighth graders who were on the cusp of their third Big Six research project.

Research Tips

Jan 27, 2017

Blog

Fear, Loathing, and Research

The majority of my students are uneasy with research and for a long time I couldn’t figure out why. After all, in many ways the Internet has made research easier than ever. 

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