Guided Inquiry Design®: A Framework for Inquiry in Your School


Author: Carol C. Kuhlthau,Leslie K. Maniotes,Ann K. Caspari
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610690109
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 188
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Today's students need to be fully prepared for successful learning and living in the information age. This book provides a practical, flexible framework for designing Guided Inquiry that helps achieve that goal.

Guided Inquiry Design® in Action: Middle School


Author: Leslie K. Maniotes,LaDawna Harrington,Patrice Lambusta
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440837651
Category: Education
Page: 158
View: 594
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Supplying classroom-tested lessons and unit plans that can serve as templates, this book demonstrates exactly how to integrate and implement Guided Inquiry Design® (GID) theory into practice. • Answers the needs of teachers and librarians who are seeking actual lesson plans using the GID concepts specifically at the 6th–8th grade levels • Supplies lesson plans and complete units of Guided Inquiry Design® along with materials for implementation • Includes techniques for assessment of learning strategies aligned to the Common Core State Standards • Encourages embedded information literacy and creates student choice

Guided Inquiry Design® in Action: Elementary School


Author: Leslie K. Maniotes
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 144086036X
Category: Education
Page: 140
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This book explores Guided Inquiry Design®, a simple, practical model that addresses all areas of inquiry-based learning and sets the foundation for elementary-age students to learn more deeply. • Describes GID in the elementary school • Offers step-by-step instructions with tested lessons and units created by librarians and teachers • Includes templates for design and implementation in Grades K-5 • Contains examples of Inquiry Tools for use in Grades K-5 • Provides checklists for assessment of learning aligned to standards

Inquiry and the Common Core: Librarians and Teachers Designing Teaching for Learning

Librarians and Teachers Designing Teaching for Learning
Author: Violet H. Harada,Sharon Coatney
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 1610695445
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 241
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Practicing librarians and library educators demonstrate the power of inquiry to achieve the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and promote school librarians as key partners in implementing this type of critical teaching and learning in K–12 schools. • Features a foreword by Allison Zmuda, former public high school teacher, renowned education consultant, president of Competent Classroom, member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), and author of numerous publications about learning, including Breaking Free from Myths about Teaching and Learning • Defines and elaborates on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) as they relate to inquiry learning • Describes the role of the school librarian in implementing the CCSS and inquiry learning in the school • Introduces examples of inquiry-focused learning approaches, including guided inquiry design and project-based learning • Provides lesson plans that will spark more practical ideas for inquiry-based instruction that address the CCSS

Teaching the Scientific Literature Review: Collaborative Lessons for Guided Inquiry, 2nd Edition


Author: Randell K. Schmidt,Maureen M. Smyth,Virginia K. Kowalski
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610697405
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 174
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An essential resource for teachers and librarians who work with students in the later high school years through college and graduate school levels, this book explains and simplifies the scholarly task of researching and writing a scientific literature review. • Teaches the Information Search Process (ISP) of Carol Kuhlthau through carefully designed workshops that guide students through the inquiry process • Encourages inquiry into science-based subjects by directing students towards a topic of personal interest linked to those studied in their science class • Aligns instruction on researching and writing a scientific literature review with the Common Core State Standards • Covers use of databases, general press articles, peer-reviewed studies, white papers, and creating tables, charts, and graphs

Guided Inquiry Design® in Action: High School


Author: Leslie K. Maniotes
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440847126
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 254
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Edited by the cocreator of the Guided Inquiry Design® (GID) framework as well as an educator, speaker, and international consultant on the topic, this book explains the nuances of GID in the high school context. It also addresses background research and explains guided inquiry and the information search process. • Enables teachers, school librarians, and other educational partners to simultaneously target outcomes that bring about deep understanding and address curricular goals • Offers a practical, concepts-based approach to inquiry learning, complete units of study in a variety of content areas, and a discussion of the role emotions in the learning process • Includes ready-to-implement Guided Inquiry Design® (GID) lesson plans written by practicing high school librarians and teachers who have been refining their GID curricula for years • Serves to heighten student engagement at the high school level by going beyond fact-finding to foster deeper understanding and knowledge creation • Provides an explicit structure for developing instructional partnerships and collaborative teams within the school and with the larger community

Seeking Meaning

A Process Approach to Library and Information Services
Author: Carol Collier Kuhlthau
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
ISBN: 9781591580942
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 247
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First published in 1993, this book presents a new process approach to library and information services. It gives a detailed description of the model of the information search process (ISP) and a framework for a process approach to library and information services. The author has completed substantial new work that expands the concepts and applications of the user-centered process approach presented in the first edition. "Seeking Meaning" was first published in 1993. It has since become a widely used professional resource and required reading in library and information science schools in the United States and abroad. This book offers essential knowledge for anyone providing library and information services. Library and information services for intellectual access--the interpretation of information and ideas within sources--and the process of seeking meaning are detailed. Presented is a theoretical framework for a process approach to library and information services, which was developed in a series of studies of the Information Search Process of users. The framework has helped to illuminate the user's perspective of information seeking, and has offered insights into pressing problems of seeking meaning in an overabundance of information. This second edition incorporates the original research and series of studies that underlie the model of the Information Search Process, including the articulation of an uncertainty principle for library and information services and the concept of a zone of intervention for implementing a process approach. New chapters reflect the authors' studies and ideas in the ten years since the previous publication. Also described are recent studies on the implementation of a process approach to library and information services in education; an investigation of these concepts in the workplace; and a treatment of systems and systems design. A summary of the conceptual perspective and the development of process-oriented services and systems that enable the constructive process of users seeking meaning, with recommendations for further research, make this important contribution an essential text to understand the seeking of meaning through information.

Klug, erfolgreich, und trotzdem unglücklich

Wie intelligente Menschen Zufriedenheit finden
Author: Dr. Raj Raghunathan
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag
ISBN: 3641199085
Category: Psychology
Page: 432
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Intelligent und erfolgreich – aber nicht glücklich? Wem scheinbar alles mühelos gelingt, der ist nicht zwangsläufig zufrieden. Was ist es, das smarte Menschen hindert, unbeschwert zu sein? Der Psychologe Raj Raghunathan beschreibt sieben Verhaltensweisen intelligenter Menschen, die dem Glück oft im Weg stehen. Mit hilfreichen Anekdoten, praktischen Übungen und anschaulichen Erklärungen führt er seine Leser zu einem besseren Verständnis dessen, was wir zum Glücklichsein brauchen.

Philosophie für Dummies


Author: Tom Morris
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527707522
Category: Philosophy
Page: 285
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Fanden Sie Philosophie eigentlich schon immer interessant, aber haben sich nie so recht herangetraut? Dann ist dies das Buch für Sie! ”Philosophie für Dummies“ ist eine Einführung in die Gedanken große Denker und die verschiedenen Disziplinen, aber vor allem auch eine Ermunterung, sich selbst Gedanken zu machen - über den Sinn des Lebens, ethische Vorstellungen, die Frage, was wir überhaupt wissen können ...

Wikinomics

die Revolution im Netz
Author: Don Tapscott,Anthony D. Williams
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783423345644
Category: Unternehmen - Netzwerkmanagement - Onlinegemeinde
Page: 324
View: 8754
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Bauchentscheidungen

Die Intelligenz des Unbewussten und die Macht der Intuition
Author: Gerd Gigerenzer
Publisher: C. Bertelsmann Verlag
ISBN: 3641171334
Category: Psychology
Page: 288
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„Das Herz hat seine Gründe, die der Verstand nicht kennt.“ Viele Menschen treffen Entscheidungen „aus dem Bauch heraus“, was auf den ersten Blick aller Vernunft zu widersprechen scheint. Gerd Gigerenzer, Professor für Psychologie und Direktor am Berliner Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, erkundet anhand zahlreicher Beispiele, woher unsere Bauchgefühle oder Intuitionen kommen und welcher spezifischen Logik unsere unbewusste Intelligenz folgt. • Das Geheimnis des gefilterten Wissens – Ausgezeichnet als „Wissenschaftsbuch des Jahres 2007“. • Der Bestseller von Gerd Gigerenzer, einem der profiliertesten deutschen Psychologen der Gegenwart.

Curriculum Integration


Author: Ross J. Todd
Publisher: Aust Council for Ed Research
ISBN: 0864319096
Category: Education
Page: 50
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Constructiveist learning and inquiry - Implementing guided inquiry - Quality school libraries - Template for planning the guided inquiry unit.

Die Welt der Bücher

eine Geschichte der Bibliothek
Author: Matthew Battles
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783411160044
Category: Books
Page: 255
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Teaching Library

Förderung von Informationskompetenz durch Hochschulbibliotheken
Author: Wilfried Sühl-Strohmenger
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110273012
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 270
View: 1322
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Das Buch beschreibt den Wandel der Hochschulbibliotheken zu Lehr-Lernorten, zu "Teaching Libraries". Diese bieten Räume und Angebote zum wissenschaftsbezogenen Lernen, besonders zur Förderung der Informationskompetenz. Veränderungen des Informationsverhaltens junger Menschen, der Umgang mit zunehmend digitaler Information, wichtige Fähigkeiten der Suche, der Auswahl, der Bewertung und der Verarbeitung von Informationen und Medien sowie Lerninfrastrukturen werden vorgestellt. Das Buch bietet zahlreiche Modelle und Praxisbeispiele mit internationalem Bezug (Großbritannien und USA).

Elixirium. Das gefährliche Erbe des Apothekers


Author: Maile Meloy
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783423717618
Category:
Page: 400
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Eine kurze Geschichte der Zeit


Author: Stephen Hawking
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3644008612
Category: Science
Page: 272
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Ist das Universum unendlich oder begrenzt? Hat die Raumzeit einen Anfang, den Urknall? Dehnt sie sich aus? Wird sie wieder in sich zusammenstürzen? Liefe die Zeit dann rückwärts? Welchen Platz im Universum nehmen wir ein? Und ist in den atemberaubenden Modellen der Kosmologen noch Platz für einen Gott? – Es sind existenzielle Fragen, mit denen sich Stephen Hawking befasst, Fragen, die Forschung und Lehre in den Zentren der modernen Physik ebenso bestimmen wie die Diskussion von Geisteswissenschaftlern. Dieses Meisterwerk eines Jahrhundert-Genies hat unsere Weltsicht verändert. Zugleich hat Stephen Hawking damit neue Maßstäbe für die Erklärung komplexer physikalischer Zusammenhänge gesetzt. In diesem Buch, weltweit inzwischen über zehn Millionen Mal verkauft, ist das Credo des großen Physikers enthalten und lebendig. «Der Physiker Stephen Hawking ist im Begriff, die Formel zu finden, die das Universum erklärt.» ZEIT-Magazin

Basiswissen Archäologie

Theorien, Methoden, Praxis
Author: Colin Renfrew,Paul G. Bahn
Publisher: Philipp Von Zabern Verlag Gmbh
ISBN: 9783805339483
Category: History
Page: 304
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Mit mehr als 150.000 verkauften Exemplaren gilt der Band Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice im englischsprachigen Raum bereits jetzt als Standardwerk im Fach Archaologie. Diese jetzt erstmals auf Deutsch vorliegende sorgfaltig uberarbeitete und zum Teil vollig neu geschriebene Fassung ist eine ausserst gut lesbare Einfuhrung fur alle, die sich fur Archaologie interessieren und eine kompakte Darstellung der Methoden und Praxis archaologischer Arbeit suchen. Beruhmte Archaologen und Ausgrabungsstatten passieren Revue. Inhaltlich ist das Buch auf der Hohe der Forschung, auch die neuesten technischen Methoden und Technologien werden behandelt. (Philipp von Zabern 2009)