Will definitely add these to the research tools and tips component of my Digital Citizenship Kit!
Though many of the articles will be a little too sophisticated for our audience (although I hear from a science teacher that she has a class that she can’t give enough information out to satisfy them, so maybe this will help…) I was just flitting around the first offering PLOS (Public Library of Science) and came upon a section entitled EveryOne which has excellent science articles such as this one (I love when science encourages my wine, chocolate and cheese habit, even if it has to do with yeast…)
These days, when you’re asking your students to do research (on just about any topic), it is likely going to be online research, at least at the start. Most materials are easily available online these days, saving students the time and hassle of heading to the library to schlep home with 100 heavy books in …
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