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Helping to Meet Common Core: Finding, Evaluating, and Integrating Sources

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Overview

Throughout the Common Core Standards, students are expected to find, evaluate, and integrate sources for informational text, and it is our job as educators to help students become actively involved in evaluating information and creating their own knowledge. But what are some ways to go about doing this?

This webinar will explore where to find sources that can help students learn to evaluate the information and sources they find. Not all sources of information are the same, and there are things students need to consider before using various sources. Join Melissa Edwards as she shares online resources that you and your students can use to find and evaluate sources of information and develop critical thinking skills.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, June 23, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: College & Career Readiness, Common Core, Internet Searches
Tags: 589, active learning, CCSS, Common Core State Standards, critical thinking, DOL1204, evaluating resources

Reviews (23)

Full Member
 
Thanks Melissa. Primary sources are essential!
Full Member
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Well done. Thank you for the information!
Full Member
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LOVE LOC.GOV!
Full Member
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Love the site Library of Congress!
Full Member
+4
 
If you're interested in what the Library of Congress website can do to help teach the common core standards using sources, this webinar will give you a brief overview and some ideas to get you started.
Full Member
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Good information. Thanks!
Full Member
 
Thank you.
Full Member
+4
 
This information was valuable. Trying to keep up my certification and webinars like this help keep my knowledge relevant. Thank you!
Full Member
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Excellent presentation. Loved the resources and the 3,2,1, closure strategy.
Basic Member
 
Primary sources are so important. Thanks for the resources.
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