Big6 Collection: Best of the Big6 eNewsletter, Volume II
This updated version of The Big6(TM) Collection: The Best of the Big6(TM) Newsletter includes the in-depth articles and practical tips about the Big6 methods that you've come to rely on, with a new twist! New topics include the Super 3 - The Early Childhood Version of the Big6(TM) Skills; How to use Task Definition to Achieve Standards; Problem Solving Methods: Another Connection for the Big6(TM), and much, much more! This text is a must-have for educators and library media specialists interested in implementing the Big6(TM) approach in their schools.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 210.8 x 276.9 x 17.8mm | 725.76g
- 01 Jun 2005
- Linworth Publishing, Incorporated
- Worthington, United States
- black & white illustrations
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"A comprehensive collection of their favorite parts of the Big6 (TM) eNewsletter, Eisenberg and Robinson have compiled this second volume to support information problem solving using the Big6 skills. This resource serves as a functional starting point for the Big6 newbie as much as it offers new applications of the Big6 skills to Big6 enthusiasts with this compilation of previously published articles-perhaps missed the first time around-by Big6 practitioners. Part 1 of this anthology restates and redefines the original Big6 skills. Other components address Big6 in action, divided into activities and suggestions for grade-specific activities for K-Higher Education, activities for use in the Arts, and activities for use with exceptional students. This volume addresses how to use Big6 with technology, how to teach information problem solving, and how to companion the skills with content standards. Clearly, I believe this volume is a beneficial tool for supporting information literacy growth in schools; and current explanations of Big6 skills and applications are less cryptic to educators than the original documents. Purchase this reasonably priced book if you have no Big6 books for professional use in your school or if you are an avid Big6 collector. Previous Big6 publications in your collection continue to suffice as generous resources. Recommended." - Library Media Connection
About Michael B. Eisenberg
Michael B. Eisenberg is dean emeritus and professor at the Information School of the University of Washington.Laura Eisenberg Robinson is the Special Education Teacher/Big 6 Project Manager at Seattle Public Schools in Seattle, Washington. Her published works include The Super3: Information Skills for Young Learners.