Research processes in the classroom


Research processes instruction —does not have to be an intrusion into the classroom but can, in fact, become the foundation of newer educational emphases such as process learning, deep learning, twenty-first-century skills and student self-learning. Within existing models of active learning, however, not enough attention has been paid to how disciplines handle information. There is, also, a lack of perception that student information handling skills remain limited and haphazard without careful and extensive guidance. If students, indeed, are going to be active learners, with their professors providing the expertise of methodology rather than merely dumping content, students are going to ...

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