The Stripling Model of Inquiry provides one option of a learning process that can be beneficial to research and information fluency.
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As we begin to think about what the research and information fluency standard from ISTE (shared on a previous page) means, some questions may come to mind. Could this be considered the "wonder" phase?
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Why does it matter to me? . . . What skills do our students need to possess? . . .Why have students conduct research? . . . How do our students learn these skills? . . .Are all resources equally good? . . . How do I find reliable resources? . . .How do I determine if a resource is reliable? . . . How can I report the results? . . .

What questions do you have? . . . Can you find the answers online? . . .

What questions do your students have? . . .
Should students be able to enhance their own learning and answer their own questions? . . .
Should these answers create new questions and new opportunities for learning? . . .







Further information related to Barbara Stripling and the Stripling Model of Inquiry can be found on the link below or by completing your own research.
Why is Inquiry Important for Student Learning?






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