Research Cycle

 Vol10|No2|December |2013
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When teachers and students first list the questions that need to be answered in order to answer the main (or essential) question, they sometimes stop with mere listing and brainstorming. In this article, Jamie explains how listing must be followed by grouping and ordering. Questions need to be organized so they end up looking a bit like a family tree.

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Jamie announcing his first iBook on YouTube — The Next Best Thing

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He is the producer of many great mindmaps.

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