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Finding Quality Research:
Where should I look for quality research?
How do I know what I have is good research?
1. Finding and determining qualities of good research:
2. Asessing our understanding:
create a group of 3 - pick people who are not on your grade team
Select an article from the list below (whatever interests you)
Assess the article on the Google Form provided:
Click on "
See Previous Responses
" to see a summary of the group's thoughts.
3. Group Debrief
4. Your search results are only as good as your search terms:
5. Next steps ~ getting research to come to you:
1. Goodwin, B. (2010). Choice is a Matter of Degree. Educational Leadership, 68(1). ASCD. Retreived October 1, 2010 from:
2. Kaswell, A. (2003). Which Came First - The Chicken or the Egg? Retrieved September 27, 2010, from:
3.The Case for Teaching Grammar. Education Canada, 50(4). CEA. Retrieved September 29, 2010 from:
4. Burns, M. (2010). As Easy as Pi. School Library Journal, 56(5). Retrieved September 30, 2010 from:
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This article is found on Learn Alberta, Online Reference Centre, Ebsco Host. (You will need to login. Username LA08; Password: 2732).
5. Andersen, C. (2010). Are Carbohydrates the #1 Health Menace? [Good Calories Bad Calories]. Retrieved October 1, 2010 from:
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