A simple form for educators to plan student research projects
Provides a wide range of graphic organizers
Suggestions for teachers on the research skills that students need and how to teach them
A resource that explains the difference betwen essential questions and subsidiary ones (with examples) and suggests how to go about organizing these questions
Provides guidance to students as they go through the research process
An example of a Haiku Wiki project in which students worked collaboratively in groups to answer their identified essential question by creating and publishing a Wiki Project.
Students are introduced to Internet search skills through researching a personal hero.
A video from a school library that shows you how to get started by planning your research topic
A “Q Wheel” helps students generate inquiry/research questions
A presentation on early research methodology for Kindergarten to grade 3 for teachers