HM - March 2019 - DBQuest
Have You Checked Out DBQuest from iCivics?
by Emma Humphries, Ph.D.
Chief Education Officer, iCivics
The tool takes students through the same 4-steps for each source:
1. Review the document to determine perspective and impact
2. Analyze the text and visual elements for relevant evidence
3. Address the supporting questions based on this evidence in their own words
4. Summarize their findings into a response to the Big Question
iCivics currently offers four topical modules for DBQuest: Founding Preambles, The Constitution's Cover Letter, Branching Out: The Louisiana Purchase, and The Nashville Sit-In Movement.
And be sure to take advantage of the on-demand professional learning video resources linked from the bottom of the DBQuest product page, as well as an online, asynchronous course. DBQuest and all related professional learning resources are FREE thanks to funding from the Library of Congress. Email email@example.com for more information or to register for the three-hour online course.