Photos For Class is a great site to find free images. It can be used by students under 13 and they don’t need to worry about attribution. My printable PDF posters offer step-by-step instructions for teachers and students to use in the classroom.
50 Mini-Lessons For Teaching Students Research Skills (Printable PDF)
How can you fit teaching research skills into a busy curriculum? This post outlines 50 mini-lessons for students from middle primary school to senior high school. PDF summary included!
Become An Internet Search Master (Google Slides Presentation For Students)
Teach your students how to become an internet search master with this Google Slides presentation from Noah King.
How To Evaluate Websites: A Guide For Teachers And Students (Free Poster)
This post zooms in on a particular part of the research process — evaluating websites. It includes a printable flowchart that will assist you in your teaching!
How to Teach Online Research Skills to Students in 5 Steps (Free eBook and Posters)
*Updated 2020* Our world is becoming increasingly information-saturated. Knowing how to effectively research online and filter information is an essential life skill. I suggest 5 simple steps to teaching information literacy and summarise the tips in a handy poster and eBook for your classroom.
Ten Tips for Teaching Students how to Research and Filter Information
I was recently involved in a conversation about how difficult it now is to filter what is on the internet and research effectively. In the past, students would primarily use books to research; being overloaded with possibly unreliable information wasn’t really an issue. Teaching students research skills is becoming increasingly important. Some refer to the […]
Research Skills and Google Posters
Teaching students how to effectively use search engines such as Google to search for content is a valuable skill. This is something I’ve even started introducing to my Grade Two students. Many people don’t realise there are many tricks to performing the most effective Google search. I also like to have discussions with my students […]