For each term below, first note how you would define the term. Then, click on the arrow to reveal the book’s definition.
Knowing how to locate, acquire, and use information.
The skill of thinking critically about what one sees, hears, and reads when presented through a wide variety of media.
Organizes curriculum and instruction around authentic real-world problems with a focus on solving these problems as if the students were working in the area being studied.
Provides an alternative learning environment in which students work collaboratively to explore real-world issues in depth and to create a project that represents their learning.
Curriculum projects that involve and enhance the surrounding community.
An inquiry-based and student-centered technique that challenges students to explore the Internet for information related to a particular topic or problem.