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Pirate Maps, Tattoos, and Flus: Using a Problem-based Format to Teach Information Literacy Skills
Kerri Carteron 5 May 2011
Transcript of Pirate Maps, Tattoos, and Flus: Using a Problem-based Format to Teach Information Literacy Skills
using a problem-based format to teach information literacy skills session outline/structure brief overview of PBL work in groups share lesson plans debriefing pbl overview mcmaster university medical program students receive prompt and work in groups no disconnect between topic and process foundations prompt ill-defined complex elements of pbl session collaboration social constructivist active debriefing closing the loop potential resources newspapers current events ZPD skill level be adaptable