Tablets and The Inquiry Process (Introduction)
“This is the first in a series of films in which elementary school students learn how to research using The Inquiry Process and tablets. This video shows the students learning how to PLAN their research. They determine what they need to know (their big question and secondary questions) as well as what they already know about their topic. Finally, they identify those keywords that they will use as search terms to get just the information that they are looking for.” To find the accompanying videos, type the word ‘tablets” into the search bar.
Become Aware of Your Own Biases
“One of the hardest things about being a responsible sharer is to be aware of your own biases, the reasons why you might be more likely to believe something without evidence. These are aspects of the way we think that can lead us to accept false statements, reject true ones, or simply not ask enough questions.”