Key points:

  • Helping students develop strong research skills will create responsible digital citizens
  • Critical evaluation of online resources and information is essential
  • See related article: Students need freedom to develop critical skills with edtech
  • Get the latest news about digital learning by going to eSN’s Digital Learning page

Right now is the perfect time to start a research project with your students, as it will help them develop skills they will use for the rest of their lives. While your students, who have grown up in the Information Age and think they already know everything, any classroom teacher knows that our students need help more than they think.

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Source: https://www.eschoolnews.com/digital-learning/2023/10/17/building-research-skills-high-school/