What’s in Common? – A Search Lesson
Every week he posts an intriguing search difficulty for readers then provides the responses a couple of days later on. A couple of years ago he published a challenge called
Whats In Common? In the years since, Ive used various modifications of that challenge to assist students find and practice utilizing a variety of search tools and methods.
The Whats In Common? obstacle asks you to determine the shared attributes of two or more photos, occasions, and or situations. In Dans original post he asked readers to discover the commonalities in between three floods and he asked readers to discover the commonness in between three plants.
What do these 2 share besides being pets?
In addition to his blog, Dan Russell has a terrific book entitled
The Joy of Search. That book is loaded with tips for becoming a better users of online search engine..
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Applications for Education
What I like about the
Whats In Common? difficulty is that I can make it as simple or as challenging as I need it to be based upon my trainees current skill levels. I may make one challenge based on checking out the content of web pages that students discover while searching and make another challenge based on being able to find and use the meta data in images.
Every week he publishes a fascinating search difficulty for readers then provides the answers a couple of days later on. The obstacles vary in difficulty, however I constantly learn something from them regardless of how difficult they are. A couple of years ago he published a difficulty called
I might make one obstacle based on checking out the content of webpages that students find while searching and make another difficulty based on being able to discover and use the meta data in images.