For our students to be informed and productive participants in the American democracy, they need to be able to effectively evaluate the credibility of online resources.
Explore the ABCs of evaluating online resources as a way to turn your students into credibility detectives who can effectively evaluate the trustworthiness of online resources.
Learn more about the second step in the ANSWERS inquiry process to help students explore possibilities and develop their research plan.
Encourage students to use audio as a way to create and express themselves using these strategies and tools.
Welcome to Teacher Insights—a new series where we will regularly talk with teachers from around the country and beyond about their current classroom experience. Our first guest is Trentino Parcells, a fourth grade teacher from Medellín, Columbia.
Explore how three blended-learning models may help you provide structure to your classroom and inspire your students to succeed in a virtual or hybrid learning environment.
Spark Curiosity and Ask Questions for Inquiry Learning: Step 1 of the Searching for ANSWERS Inquiry Process
The first step in the inquiry learning process is to spark student curiosity and guide them to generate their own questions.
Develop lessons that empower students by exploring six ways for students to design, create, and produce video content.