Teaching Information & Technology Skills: The Big6 in Secondary Schools by Michael EisenbergTeaching Information & Technology Skills: The Big6 in Secondary Schools by Michael Eisenberg

Teaching Information & Technology Skills: The Big6 in Secondary Schools

byMichael Eisenberg, Robert E. Berkowitz, Robert Darrow

Paperback | October 1, 2000

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Finding, using, presenting, and evaluating information for a purpose are basic skills of the information age.?The Big6 approach gives learners a structure and tools to succeed at it! Contributors to this book are experienced teachers and specialists adept in the Big6. Ideas are usable as is or as a guide for your own creative development of a powerful information and technology skills foundation program.?

- Help secondary students build a solid foundation in solving information problems in meaningful contexts

- Learn and teach a practical, guided approach to applying Big6 skills in curricular and other contexts

- Get sample assignments, evaluation tools, and handouts

Title:Teaching Information & Technology Skills: The Big6 in Secondary SchoolsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:203 pages, 8.7 × 6.62 × 0.47 inPublished:October 1, 2000Publisher:Linworth Publishing, IncorporatedLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1586830066

ISBN - 13:9781586830069

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"There is much to be said for finding and adhering to an information literacy model that flows smoothly and intuitively, yet is thorough and concrete enough to be taught easily. Eisenberg and Berkowitz's Big6 is certainly the most widely promoted and student-friendly taxonomy around, and this secondary take on what was previously a K-8 model provides a compact, technologically updated, remarkably accessible template for both library media specialists and classroom teachers. Part I details the rationale for and implementation of the Big6/Little12 model, while Part II provides clear lesson/unit plans and worksheets for all of the Big6 steps, individually and collectively. Reproducible forms, instructional tools, and evaluative matrices will simplify an already clean conceptual model. A great resource for all school librarians." - School Library Journal