Getting Past Resistance

Badke, William
May 2010
Online;May/Jun2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p51
Trade Publication
The article discusses various approaches to overcoming the resistance of students to the process of information literacy. It states that one of the most common approaches is to teach the process in a fun and entertaining way. The author adds that teachers should help their students deal with the basic issues of developing a research question or thesis statement in order for them to learn how to address it properly.


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