ERIC Number: ED360306
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992
Reference Count: N/A
Where Did You Find That? Resource-Based Learning: Instructional Strategies Series No. 8.
Hambleton, Alixe; And Others
The purpose of these documents in this series is to provide educators in Saskatchewan with practical and relevant guides to teaching and learning as a means of expanding or refining teaching repetoiries. This booklet focuses on resource-based learning, defined as a planned educational program that actively involves students in the effective use of a wide range of print, nonprint, and human resources. The publication is organized into 13 chapters as follows: (1) What is Research-Based Learning? (2) Resource-Based Learning: A Foundation for Educational Practice; (3) A Teacher Taxonomy of Resource-Based Education: Moving through Four Dimensions; (4) Using the Taxonomy; (5) Resource-Based Learning in Your School; (6) The Resource-Based Learning Classroom; (7) Resource-Based Learning in Action; (8) The Role of the Teacher-Librarian; (9) Creating Connections for Resource-Based Learning; (10) Skills Development; (11) Taking Another Step: A School-Based Continuum of Information-Processing Skills; (12) Evaluating Resource-Based Units; and (13) Resources. Appendices provide sample planning guides and a suggested list of information-processing skills. A pamphlet entitled "Teachers + Teacher-Librarians = Co-Designers on Instruction" is not included. (LL)
Descriptors: Cooperative Planning, Educational Practices, Elementary Secondary Education, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries, Learning Activities, Librarians, Program Implementation, Resource Materials, School Libraries, Skill Development, Teacher Role, Teaching Guides
Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit/Saskatchewan Instructional Development and Research Unit, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A2, Canada ($10 Canadian plus $2 Canadian mailing and handling; 7% tax on Canadian orders).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Regina Univ. (Saskatchewan). Faculty of Education.
Identifiers - Location: Canada