Hi, I'm planning to continue my Diploma as a Teacher-Librarian. I also hope to be working again in this area soon. (Elementary). I've seen other teachers' lesson plans, taking their classes into a computer lab to do research, etc.

Does anyone else notice their class googling sources but not knowing how to condense articles into the students' reading level? I also notice Google bringing up a lot of blogs as top hits. 

P.S. Ron Darvin (on Facebook) works at SFU/has relevant suggestions about internet "B.S." detection, critical thinking, etc.

Thanks in advance for any shares/suggestions,

Leslie W.

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Comment by Stephania Careen on May 2, 2018 at 3:43am

There are a great number of easy-to-understand resources but research processes could take a long time. For example, I’m regular blog contributor at AnswerShark.com. Writing essay outlines, I take into account individual and age differences. We should understand that these essays are not for tutors but for college students


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