Creative Teaching & Learning

Teaching the research process

Many of the generic skills typically associated with “research” are integral to much of what we require of pupils in twenty-first century schools. They include problem solving, critical thinking, communication and time management. Yet, there is actually very little consensus in terms of how the word “research” is understood and even less in the way it is taught. Andrew Shenton suggests a strategy.

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