Inquiry Learning Big6-Style: It All Starts with Asking Great Questions!
Presented by 
Michael Eisenberg, Professor and Dean Emeritus, University of Washington Information School; and 
Bob Berkowitz, Consultant and retired Library Media Specialist

Research shows that while good inquiry learning starts with asking good questions, most students find this very difficult to do. Research also shows that students are weakest in their Big6 Stage #1 (Task Definition) skills. In our community’s next webinar, Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz will focus on strategies for improving students' question-formulation and other task definition skills for effective inquiry learning as well as success in any kind of learning approach or assignment.

Mike and Bob are co-authors of the "Big6 approach to information problem-solving" - the most widely used information literacy program in the world.


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