Vol 7|No 2|October|1997
The Research Cycle Revisited
by Jamie McKenzie
The Research Cycle was developed in 1995 to meet the need for a more robust approach to school research which would involve teams of student working on essential questions. A brief version appeared in Multimedia Schools in June of 1995 and a much fuller description, made available above as Launching Student Investigations, ran as a six article series in Technology Connection.
In November of 1996, a revised, short version appeared as part of an article in Educational Leadership.
- Credits: The background is from Jay Boersma.
- The icons on this page are free GIFs from Jay Boersma's
Other drawings and graphics are by Jamie McKenzie.
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