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Inquiry Bursts                                                        Research in the 21st Century                        ...
Web sitewww.inquirybursts.comTwitter hashtag#ibursts                        L
The project that inspired Inquiry Bursts                                           L
Questioning              L
Use Kagan Parking Lot to write questions about class novel                                                             L
Identify usable research questions, revise others into “deeper” questions                                                 ...
TodaysMeet             L
Using Mind Maps to develop well-thought out questions                                                        L
Write daily question on homework sheet before dismissal                      Post best question each week to blog         ...
Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What questioning bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have?                      ...
Citing Sources                 K
Which image is more persuasive?                                  K
Citing articles in a wiki/blog                                 K
A reading log = first step to citing sources                                               K
Books + QR Codes = Citations + book sharing activity                                                       G
Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What citation bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have?                         ...
Evaluating Sources                     S
Bias lesson              S
Compare & contrast different versions of the same story                                                          S
Hoax websites                S
Curate an image collection                             G
G
Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What evaluation bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have?                       ...
Synthesizing information                           K
Climate paraphrasing lesson                              K
Goldilocks and the Three Bears                                 G
Character lens: How would Snow White’s story be told fromthe perspective of the dwarves? Of the Queen?                    ...
Historical lens: How would books about MLK, Jr. that werewritten in the 1970s be different from those written today?      ...
Critical lens: Banned books                              S
Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What synthesis bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have?                        ...
Questions or Comments?
Session Evaluation           www.inquirybursts.com/session-evaluation.html
www.inquirybursts.com
Works CitedAnirvan. "Banned books." 23 Sept 2006. Online image. Flickr. 26 Jan 2012. <http://www.flickr.com/photos/anirvan...
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Inquiry Bursts: Research in the 21st Century

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Presentation for Internet@Schools, Computers in Libraries 2012 by G. Hazlin, L. Howard, K. Ronan, S. Pevner.

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Inquiry Bursts: Research in the 21st Century

  1. 1. Inquiry Bursts Research in the 21st Century Internet @Schools East 2012 March 23, 2012Krissy Ronan Sarah Pevner Gretchen Hazlin Leslie HowardLibrarian, Madison HS Librarian, Centreville HS Librarian, Kilmer MS Librarian, Irving MSkaronan@fcps.edu sjpevner@fcps.edu gehazlin@fcps.edu lghoward@fcps.edu
  2. 2. Web sitewww.inquirybursts.comTwitter hashtag#ibursts L
  3. 3. The project that inspired Inquiry Bursts L
  4. 4. Questioning L
  5. 5. Use Kagan Parking Lot to write questions about class novel L
  6. 6. Identify usable research questions, revise others into “deeper” questions L
  7. 7. TodaysMeet L
  8. 8. Using Mind Maps to develop well-thought out questions L
  9. 9. Write daily question on homework sheet before dismissal Post best question each week to blog L
  10. 10. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What questioning bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? K
  11. 11. Citing Sources K
  12. 12. Which image is more persuasive? K
  13. 13. Citing articles in a wiki/blog K
  14. 14. A reading log = first step to citing sources K
  15. 15. Books + QR Codes = Citations + book sharing activity G
  16. 16. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What citation bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? G
  17. 17. Evaluating Sources S
  18. 18. Bias lesson S
  19. 19. Compare & contrast different versions of the same story S
  20. 20. Hoax websites S
  21. 21. Curate an image collection G
  22. 22. G
  23. 23. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What evaluation bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? G
  24. 24. Synthesizing information K
  25. 25. Climate paraphrasing lesson K
  26. 26. Goldilocks and the Three Bears G
  27. 27. Character lens: How would Snow White’s story be told fromthe perspective of the dwarves? Of the Queen? G
  28. 28. Historical lens: How would books about MLK, Jr. that werewritten in the 1970s be different from those written today? G
  29. 29. Critical lens: Banned books S
  30. 30. Think-pair-shareYOUR TURN:What synthesis bursts do you already teach?What other ideas do you have? S
  31. 31. Questions or Comments?
  32. 32. Session Evaluation www.inquirybursts.com/session-evaluation.html
  33. 33. www.inquirybursts.com
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