From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal

Vol 9|No 4|December|1999

Scaffolding for Success

How can we provide sufficient structure to maintain a high level of efficiency and productivity as students conduct their research and questioning without constraining them unduly?




Research Cycle 2000

Information literate schools consider several different research models and then make sure that all teachers and all students are comfortable with at least one of these models.

This article outlines in some detail the elements of the Research Cycle, one of a half dozen research models currently popular in schools.




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