Posts Tagged: Interpersonal Learners

A-Ha! Mm-Hmm…Say What? Discussion

This is a way to frame discussion on an article that the class reads.  With their notes on the reading, students work in small groups to identify each of these moments they had while reading: A-Ha: A new idea that

A-Ha! Mm-Hmm…Say What? Discussion

This is a way to frame discussion on an article that the class reads.  With their notes on the reading, students work in small groups to identify each of these moments they had while reading: A-Ha: A new idea that

Hoax? Scholarly Research? Personal Opinion? You Decide! Lesson

The lesson can be found in a variety of different formats online. To download a lesson plan, click here. To see the lesson plan in a webpage format, click here. This lesson asks students to evaluate a series of websites

Hoax? Scholarly Research? Personal Opinion? You Decide! Lesson

The lesson can be found in a variety of different formats online. To download a lesson plan, click here. To see the lesson plan in a webpage format, click here. This lesson asks students to evaluate a series of websites

Bringing IL Processes to life!

Bringing IL Processes to life! Example: WEB COOKIES Have one student act as the online searcher. Have this student visit other students who are acting as “websites” that the searcher may visit. The student will make an inquiry at each

Bringing IL Processes to life!

Bringing IL Processes to life! Example: WEB COOKIES Have one student act as the online searcher. Have this student visit other students who are acting as “websites” that the searcher may visit. The student will make an inquiry at each

Sliding Groups

This activity is used to switch up small group discussion that involves multiple questions.  Small groups of any number start by discussing one question.  Then, the instructor reads a statement or a statement is displayed on the board in which

Sliding Groups

This activity is used to switch up small group discussion that involves multiple questions.  Small groups of any number start by discussing one question.  Then, the instructor reads a statement or a statement is displayed on the board in which

Dewey Decimal Classifications

Learning Dewey Decimal

This is an activity to help students understand why books are shelved in certain areas and have certain call numbers.  Separate students in groups of 3-6.  Provide each group with a bag of library books labeled with the Dewey Decimal

Dewey Decimal Classifications

Learning Dewey Decimal

This is an activity to help students understand why books are shelved in certain areas and have certain call numbers.  Separate students in groups of 3-6.  Provide each group with a bag of library books labeled with the Dewey Decimal

Assigning Group Roles

                              ASSIGNING GROUP ROLES Assigning group roles is a good way to make sure that each student is on task, has a sense of importance to the group and can contribute to a class project or discussion. Making each student

Assigning Group Roles

                              ASSIGNING GROUP ROLES Assigning group roles is a good way to make sure that each student is on task, has a sense of importance to the group and can contribute to a class project or discussion. Making each student

Double Pyramid Activity

Double Pyramid Note Cards – Group Activity: Students divide into small groups of 4-5 and are given a set of note cards with evaluative statements about a topic prepared ahead of time by a teacher or librarian. Students evaluate each

Double Pyramid Activity

Double Pyramid Note Cards – Group Activity: Students divide into small groups of 4-5 and are given a set of note cards with evaluative statements about a topic prepared ahead of time by a teacher or librarian. Students evaluate each