Thinking in the classroom a survey of programs by Paul Chance

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Published by Teachers College Press in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Creative thinking,
  • Thought and thinking -- Study and teaching,
  • Problem solving -- Study and teaching

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Book details

StatementPaul Chance ; foreword by Ronald S. Brandt.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1062 .C48 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 164 p. :
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2536499M
ISBN 100807727946
LC Control Number85017335

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He speaks at conferences and has published 10 practical resource books on Thinking Skills, Boys’ Learning, Gifted and Talented Provision and Teaching with Multiple Intelligences. He also creates evidence-based classroom resources that teachers use to develop pupils’ skills and knowledge simultaneously.

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Four Corners. In this activity, students move to a corner of the classroom based on their responses to a question with four answer choices. The thinking classroom is more than a series of approaches to learning.

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Thinking routines are easy to use mini-strategies that can be repeatedly used in the classroom, across a variety of content and grade levels. Routines take on more power when they are used to support students ongoing learning. Each routine targets a different kind of thinking and by bringing their own content, teachers integrate the routines.

Goldman, author of the recent book Taking Design Thinking to School, joined GSE Dean Dan Schwartz and Senior Lecturer Denise Pope in the studio to talk about why design thinking is such a powerful skill for students to develop and how K teachers can incorporate it.

In their hit books Notice and Note and Reading Nonfiction, Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers. Now, in Disrupting Thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading.

They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students. This book provides a systematic way to improve our questioning while intentionally helping students develop skills for productive discussion." —Doug Fisher "Of all the arrows in the accomplished teacher's quiver, the skillful use of questioning and discussion is central to high levels of student engagement and learning.

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Teaching a unit on systems thinking opens up awesome opportunities to integrate various different disciplines. Creating how-to books is an excellent activity for using systems thinking to identify and write out the steps of different systems. Each student can focus on a different classroom system, and write a book about how it works.

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All teaching teaches thinking. Even rote learning teaches remembering as well as individual facts. What we encourage in this book is simply teaching the thinking ‘out loud’ – drawing attention.

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The classroom is not a war place as some teachers have always made it. Most teachers always forget that they were once students. The classroom can improve or impair the student forever except Providence intervene.

Creative Dialogue is an essential guide to dialogic learning for every trainee and practising teacher. It presents practical ways of teaching children to be more thoughtful and creative, and to learn more effectively through speaking and listening in school and at.

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