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Evaluating Sources
Tom Bober
Liz Deskins
Elementary School
by Alex Casavant

We know the importance of teaching elementary student researchers the skills to evaluate resources, but in practice, finding the appropriate approach can be tricky. How can we escape this bind? Consider a form of simplification.

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Elementary Note-Taking Worksheet
by Deborah B. Stanley
Middle & High School
by Deborah B. Stanley

In the fluidly progressive digital environment present today, teacher librarians do well to be proactive, rather than reactive, in their teaching of research skills. Through persistently merging "legacy" information literacy skills with emerging digital literacies teacher librarians can, in fact, enable genuine progress in student achievement.

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