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Pedagogy To Practice
Pedagogy To Practice
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Pedagogy To Practice


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    • 1. From Pedagogy to Practice The Thinking Classroom
    • 2. Imagination is more important than knowledge! Albert Einstein
    • 3. What is important about teaching methods?
      • Goal setting linked to prior learning
      • Shared learning intentions
      • Shared success criteria
      • Modeling/quality exemplars
      • Constructive feedback - specific and timely
      • Self regulation and reflective evaluation
      • Feed forward - where to next - plenary
      • Make thinking visible
    • 4. What do we know about thinking?
      • It is an inherent part of learning
      • It is a constructive/reconstructive process rather than a discovery/retrieval process
      • Interpretive and transformational
      • What do you know?
    • 5. Design/Create Evaluate Analyse Apply Understand Remember
    • 6. Critical thinking Caring thinking Creative thinking
    • 7. The Thinking Classroom
      • Student as the producer, not the consumer of information.
      • Intentional self-regulated learning
      • Culture of thinking - model, explanation, interaction, feedback
      • What does the thinking classroom look like, sound like, feel like?
    • 8. Creating a culture of thinking
      • Foster questioning attitude
      • Collaborative inquiry
      • Interpersonal skills
      • Intrapersonal skills
      • Teach about thinking - how we learn, use thinking scaffolds such as visual tools
    • 9. Making thinking visible
      • Learning to learn - the ecology of learning
      • Connecting new info to former knowledge
      • Planning, monitoring and evaluating the thinking process
      • Identifying what you know and what you don’t know
    • 10. Empowering Methodology
      • Create a safe environment
      • Follow students’ thinking
      • Teach the questions rather than the answers
    • 11. Thinking skills
      • Good thinking requires effort and needs to be practiced regularly
      • Is more effective if scaffolded by an appropriate tool or strategy
      • Is sustained by a climate of acceptance and acknowledgement
    • 12. Strategies to encourage thinking
      • Expert jig-saw
      • Think – pair – share
      • Round robin
      • Silent card shuffle
      • Hot potato
      • 1:4:P:CR
    • 13. Models to support the thinking classroom
      • 6 Dimensions of a culture of thinking (Art Costa)
      • Blooms taxonomy
      • 3 storey intellect
      • Inquiry learning
    • 14. Some thinking tools to use Importance onion PMI PDQ Mind wind decision chart Bridges Thinkers Keys KWL action learning 4 cnr frame work Y Chart Issue cross 4 thinking selves Fish bone Scamper
    • 15. ICT Mind tools
      • Spreadsheet and databases
      • Digital imaging software
      • Presentation software
      • Simulations
      • Problem solving software
      • Mind mapping
      • Debating
    • 16. Resources
      • Clarke, S Unlocking Formative Assessment ,
      • Hodder, Moa beckett, NZ, 2003
      • Coil, C. Tools for Teaching and Learning in the Integrated Classroom, Hawker Brownlow, Australia 1997
      • Costa, A (Ed) Developing Minds: A resource book for teaching thinking, 3 rd Ed . ASCD, USA, 2001
      • Edwards, J. How to Teach Thinking Shills, ThinkShop, Nelson, NZ 2002
      • Fogarty, R & Bellanca, J Teach Them Thinking, Hawker Brownlow, Australia, 1991
      • Fogarty, R. Brain Compatible Classrooms , Skylight, USA 2002
      • Hyerle, D., A Field guide to using Visual Tools , ASCD, USA, 2000
      • Marzano, R.J, Pickering, J. & Pollock, J.E., Classroom Instruction that Works ,
    • 17.
      • Pohl, M. Teaching Thinking Skills in the Primary Years , Hawker Brownlow, Australia, 1997
      • Pohl, M. Learning to Think, Thinking to Learn , Hawker Brownlow, 2000
      • Jonassen, D.H. Computers as Mindtools for Schools, engaging critical thinking , (2nd ed) Merrill Prentice-Hall, USA 2000
      • Robyler, MD. Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching , (3rd Ed) Merrill Prentice-Hall USA 2003
      • Tishman, S., Perkings, D.N. & Jay, E. The Thinking Classroom; Learning and teaching in a culture of thinking , Allyn & Bacon, USA, 1995
      • Whitehead, D., Top Tools for Teaching Thinking , Pearson Longman NZ 2004
    • 18. Web Resources
      • Three doors to literacy
      • Ideas
      • Blogging for learning
      • Digital storytelling
      • Think Bag (NZ)
      • Teachers at Work
      • Graphic Organisers
      • Transformational scaffolds
    • 19. Create a thinking classroom framework
      • Using Inspiration and the ideas from this presentation create your own framework for the thinking classroom
      • Share your ideas
      • Reflect and refine