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Guided Inquiry Design: A Framework for Your Schoolby Carol C. Kuhlthau, Leslie K. Maniotes, and Ann K. Caspari

Chapter Eleven: Evaluate: Evaluate Achievement of Learning Goals, Reflect on Content, Reflect on Process


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I have posted an brief overview of Chapter 11 and several resources below. Please consider the following questions:
  • What types of inquiry tools to you imagine using to help students with the guided inquiry process?
  • Learning teams are an integral part of the guided inquiry process. How do you feel school librarians, academic librarians, and public librarians can collaborate to teach the guided inquiry process?
  • How do you feel the expertise of these different types of librarians can help students during a guided inquiry project?

Thanks,
Daniella Smith

Kuhlthau, Carol K., Maniotes, Leslie K., Caspari, Ann K. Guided Inquiry Design A Framework for Your School. Libraries Unlimited. Santa Barbara, CA. c. 2012.














Kuhlthau, Carol C., Maniotes, Leslie K., Caspari, Ann K. Guided Inquiry Design A Framework for Your School. Libraries Unlimited. Santa Barbara, CA. c. 2014.