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Inquiry in the Social Studies Classroom and Beyond: Leading the Next-Generation Digital Citizens to Multiple Perspectives and Reliable Resources Quiz
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Learn with INFOhio! Webinar Quiz Please complete the quiz you see below to generate a Certificate of attendance for this webinar. You must answer at least four of the five questions correctly to receive your certificate. The certificate will reflect the date you take the quiz.

1The C3 Framework is composed of how many dimensions?
2
3
5
4
 
2What is the difference between Compelling Questions and Supporting Questions?
There is no difference
Compelling questions are short structured questions that oppose supporting questions.
Compelling questions are larger open-ended questions that frame the inquiry for students. Supporting questions are fact-based questions which provide the evidence students will use to construct their argument based response to the Compelling Question
None of these
 
3In which dimension would you place OCLRE's authentic assessments
Dimension 2 - the dimension of 2-D shapes, like a split. If you take a line, like in the first dimension, and create another line branching off of it which now gives it width, this is now the second dimension
Dimension 4 - Communicating Conclusions and Taking Informed Action
Dimension 3 - the additional dimension by which a solid object may be distinguished from a two-dimensional drawing or picture of it or from any planar object
Dimension 0 - the point, the infinitely small place holder.
 
4INFOhio's ISearch will direct students to the school library online catalog to find books on topics searched as well as to magazine and encyclopedia articles.
False
True
 
5Which of the following resources does INFOhio's Points of View database NOT have on their selected controversial topics?
Guide to Critical Analysis
Point article
Power Points on each topic
CounterPoint article
 
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