STEAM education is a way to teach how all things relate to each other, in school and in life. It’s more fun than traditional learning styles and makes more sense to all types of learners because it is based on the natural ways that people learn and are interested in things.
A literature review is not an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography is a document in which you briefly summarize briefly each article that you have reviewed. The literature review does contain a summary of your research, but it goes beyond the typical annotated bibliography by focusing on a specific topic of interest and includes a critical analysis of the relationship among different works, and relating this research to your work.
- Define a topic and audience
- Iteratively search and re-search the literature
- Take notes as you read
- Consider the type of review you’re writing
- Keep your review focused, but also broad
- Think critically and be consistent
- Develop a logical structure to your argument
- Use critical feedback as your guide
I never knew that literature reviews were so nuanced. Along with his post on annotated bibliographies, these resources are those to save for a later time.
In regards to your point about ‘yearly’ reviews, I added to my yearly review of newsletter posts to also include a personal reflection.
I still think that I need to develop this and that is why I chose ‘intent‘ as my one word this year (another alternative to new year resolutions)
I will have to look through the various links for more tips and get back to your discussion of routine and maintaining a positive mindset. The