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This presentation provides an introduction to the Habits of Mind with activities to support participants as they process the Habits. Also includes teacher-created posters which are great examples.

This presentation provides an introduction to the Habits of Mind with activities to support participants as they process the Habits. Also includes teacher-created posters which are great examples.

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  • Get Ready to Think… sing to the tune of The Adams Family!
  • Having knowledge of the Habits and using them will support us in learning and in reflecting on our thinking and discussing our thinking.
  • WE must create an atmosphere that values thinking and not just the “right answers”. Habits of Mind can be a tool to assist us in cultivating thinking in our classrooms and schools and even in ourselves.
  • Costa said “Building”, but we are saying cultivating…
  • Value: Choosing to employ a pattern of intellectual behavior rather than less productive patterns. Inclination: Feeling the tendency to employ a pattern of intellectual behaviors . Sensitivity: Perceiving opportunities for, and appropriateness of, employing the pattern of behaviors. Capability: Possessing the basic skills and capacities to carry through with the behaviors. Commitment: Constantly striving to reflect on and improve performance of the pattern of intellectual behaviors. Policy: Making it a policy to promote and incorporate the patterns of intellectual behaviors into actions, decisions, and resolutions of problematic situations.
  • Resources: Where did they com from? Glatthorn Feuerstein Sternbeg Perkins Gardner Goleman
  • Now, record your knowledge of the Habits.
  • If you know what they are thinking you know how and what to teach them. It is of great value to you if you know something about “how” they think! This will guide your thinking as you plan lessons and engaging activities for them!
  • Get Ready to Think… sing to the tune of The Adams Family!
  • Value: Choosing to employ a pattern of intellectual behavior rather than less productive patterns. Inclination: Feeling the tendency to employ a pattern of intellectual behaviors . Sensitivity: Perceiving opportunities for, and appropriateness of, employing the pattern of behaviors. Capability: Possessing the basic skills and capacities to carry through with the behaviors. Commitment: Constantly striving to reflect on and improve performance of the pattern of intellectual behaviors. Policy: Making it a policy to promote and incorporate the patterns of intellectual behaviors into actions, decisions, and resolutions of problematic situations.
  • If you know what they are thinking you know how and what to teach them. It is of great value to you if you know something about “how” they think! This will guide your thinking as you plan lessons and engaging activities for them!

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