The educational thoughts of Jason Epstein
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"If you need to design a unit or a course for teaching information fluency, here is a suggested sequence of course activities for middle school and high school (the Basic Course may be adaptedfor grades 4 and 5, described below). As you can see in the tables below, we've structured Basic and Intermediate courses around a series of individual study MicroModules and hands-on Flash challenges. As more activities go online, new options will become available and this list will be updated. Use our list of core competencies to choose activities. "
Sometimes it is easier to see concepts visually to get a basic understanding and then do further research on the topics that are most relevant to your business. In today's post we collected some great visualizations of social media concepts including monitoring and content distribution.