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Thinking like a teacher

Samuel J. Meisels

Thinking like a teacher

using observational assessment to improve teaching and learning

by Samuel J. Meisels

  • 73 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Allyn & Bacon in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Observation (Educational method),
  • Early childhood education -- Evaluation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementSamuel J. Meisels, Helen L. Harrington with Patricia McMahon, Margo L. Dichtelmiller, Judy R. Jablon.
    ContributionsHarrington, Helen L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1027.28 .M45 2002, LB1027.28 .M45 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 187 p. ;
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18270056M
    ISBN 100205331750
    LC Control Number2001031803

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    For example, carpenters don't need to think like mathematicians, but they do need to think about and use mathematics in their work. Modeling Open-Ended Thinking. It may be useful, however, for students to see and hear their teachers thinking as mathematicians, historians, or artists.   4. Teacher Vision: Teacher Vision offers articles on a wide range of education topics, from learning how to be a better teacher to surviving your first year in the classroom. 5. Teacher Tap: Teachers will find a wealth of great reading material on this site, touching on topics like technology, information literacy, and high-tech learning. 6. 7.

    It’s long since been debunked that creativity is just about paints and pencils: this mode of thinking is thought to be as critical for those working in STEM industries as much as it is for those employed in the arts sector. One study even highlighted creativity as one of the most desirable traits for an employee amongst CEOs. As such, success depends on how much exposure we’ve had to. Parents and teachers can encourage and support thinking, listening, and discussion, and model "think-alouds," which reveal the inner conversation readers have with the text as they read (Harvey & Goudvis, ). Your student will see herself as a storyteller and immediately relate to this aspect of the book. Like "Painted Words", Going Home.


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Oliver Quinlan’s debut book ‘The Thinking Teacher’ helps teachers build deep and rich thinking into their teaching. **The Number 1 Best seller for teachers on the Amazon Kindle Store** Available now: Amazon UK Amazon US Apple iBook store “If we want thinking children, we need thinking teachers’, says Oliver Quinlan at the start of his book.

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Activity 1: Mystery Visitor. This is a way to explore your students. Think like a scientist. With a hit talk show and bestselling books, Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most popular figures in modern science. As a science teacher, researcher and innovator, I strive to instill inquiry in the minds of others, to convey how and why it is important to communicate knowledge to other scientists, engineers.

Critical thinking has been an important issue in education, and has become quite the buzzword around schools. The Common Core State Standards specifically emphasize a thinking curriculum and thereby require teachers to elevate their students’ mental workflow beyond just memorization—which is a really good step forward.

Critical thinking is a skill that young minds will undeniably need and. Think-alouds have been described as "eavesdropping on someone's thinking." With this strategy, teachers verbalize aloud while reading a selection orally.

Their verbalizations include describing things they're doing as they read to monitor their comprehension. The purpose of the think-aloud strategy is to model for students how skilled readers construct meaning from a text. A thoughtful teacher would fear the power of the textbook to lull thinking into submission, and work extra hard to counteract this tendency.

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