We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMelany How
Modified over 2 years ago
Teaching for CT
What is CT? Athearn slides 1, 2,3
Objectives Describe the CT dispositions we would like our students to possess. Discuss the conditions for learning CT Develop a plan to teach CT to our students
Willing & Able to Think Two aspects of CT Skills Disposition
Core Critical Thinking Skills Interact Interpretation Self Regulation Analysis Inference Evaluation Explanation
Basic CT Dispositions Truth-seeking Open-mindedness Analyticity Systematicity Maturity Inquisitive Judicious
Obstacles to CT Old view of teacher as… “transmitter of knowledge” Textbooks Course Class size Research Pressures Reward Structures
To Teach CT Model CT skills & dispositions Create a culture of inquiry Diversify contexts of judgment Reward & challenge Guide reflection on the thinking process Engage students in thinking
How can we teach our students to think critically. Must “formally” teach CT Must integrate CT examples & techniques in our teaching Must push students to think critically within the content we teach
Conditions for CT Think about Think with Think for Thinking models
Critical Thinking (do quiz on page 21). Characteristics of a Good Critical Thinker (p. 23, 27) Truth Seeking Open Minded Analytic Systematic Persistent.
Module 3 Objectives Gain knowledge in the variables that comprise critical thinking Identify when clinical reasoning is being used Evaluate the effectiveness.
Queen Anne’s County: New Teacher Portfolio Prepared by: Hired: August, 2006.
ISD 200 Week 5 CRITICAL THINKING IMMIGRATION INSTRUCTORS: Mari Acob-Nash Ryan Packard.
English Language Teaching: An Intercultural Dimension 李 欣 欣 Cindy Lee.
Professional Teaching Portfolio Your Name Your Address.
1 NCATE Standards. 2 Candidate Performance Candidate Knowledge, Skills, & Dispositions Assessment System and Unit Evaluation Unit Capacity Field.
CREATING AN ACTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Using Inquiry and Primary Sources.
FLIBS June 2015 Biology Category 1 Session 2: Learning Biology within the IB Philosophy.
Project-Based Learning Essential Project Design Elements.
INQUIRY BASED TEACHING. What do you understand by the term ‘Inquiry’?
The Cube Activity Kathy Sparrow & George O’Brien Florida International University Science Content & Methods Courses.
© 1998, The California Academic Press, Millbrae, CA. Critical Thinking: Conceptual definition Peter A. Facione Noreen C. Facione Santa Clara U UC San Francisco.
TPAC - Task 2 By Dora L. Bailey, An analysis of the effects of teaching on students’ learning (the “so what”) Video Tape should : 2.
Dr. James Ko Teachers and Teaching in Context 2014.
FLIBS Dec Biology Category 1 Session 2: Learning Biology within the IB Philosophy.
Inquiry Primer Version 1.0 Part 4: Scientific Inquiry.
F l o r i d a I n t e r n a t i o n a l U n i v e r s i t y School of Nursing Assessment of Learning at FIU School of Nursing Divina Grossman, PhD, RN,
Stephanie Burba, Noyce Graduate Tyler Ghee, Noyce Scholar Shelby Overstreet, Noyce Scholar Kathryn Crawford, Noyce Graduate Hope Marchionda, PhD Using.
DIDACTICTS IS THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TEACHING The word is derived from the greek: didaskein (to teach) tekne (art) The concept is both a science.
Inquiry "Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me and I understand." Mrs. R. Morley Anderson.
Reflective Pathways from Theory to Practice Brewton-Parker College Education Division BPC Conceptual Framework.
Project Based Learning. What is it? An extended process of inquiry in response to a complex question, problem or challenge It is often situated learning.
Integration of generic competencies and content in the Skills for a Changing World Curriculum Key Issues to Consider.
Technical Assistance provided by a grant from the Chalkboard Project.
Course Overview. Questions from Philosophy How do we learn? Why do we smile? What is anger? When will we help others? Methods from Natural Sciences Scientific.
1. Is Critical Thinking Enough to Decide Questions Such as Those Posed in Enough? Applying a Schema of Critical Wisdom For Deciding the “Big Questions”
Chapter 6-Evaluating 3 S Education James and Kelly McVey.
PREPARING FOR NCATE May 19, 2008 Teacher Education Retreat.
Engaging students in Higher and Practice Education Learning by Dr Charles Juwah Department for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching and Assessment RGU:DELTA.
Careers in Education Teaching Strategies. Learning Target: Students will be able to… – Explain in words the 3 different teaching strategies – Apply the.
Master Artist Tribute Series Lori Emmington Big Ideas Art is a reflection of the culture and time it was made. Throughout history, artists have been.
Educational Research Chapter 20 Action Research Gay, Mills, and Airasian.
VELS The Arts. VELS (3 STRANDS) Physical, Personal and Social Learning Discipline-based Learning Interdisciplinary Learning.
Copyright © 2005 Education Development Center, Inc. Teacher Students Science Forming Relationships.
EXTENDING COMPREHENSION ELICITING ENCOURAGING ELABORATING INFERERENCE SKILLS.
Helping students take responsibility for their own academic performance.
IN SUPPORT OF STUDENT INVOLVEMENT IN THE COURSE TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM Senate Resolution 1012.
Rationale for the Historical Understanding Measure: NPDEP Impact Study of FHAO.
Reflective Pathways from Theory to Practice Brewton-Parker College Education Division.
History. Why Study History? Inform Judgment Informs Imagination Builds Respect for Humanity.
Inquiry Based Learning What is it and how is it achieved? Israel_Johnson_Schlosser Module 2 Assignment 6 Board of Ed Proposal.
What does it mean to design a Beit Midrash? Dr. Elie Holzer Bar Ilan University and Mandel Brandeis University.
ACTION RESEARCH WORKSHOPS Teachers as Reflective Practitioners & Action Researchers.
FDU University Core Program Core Concepts for Citizenship and Success.
TEACHER RESEARCH: BECOMING A RESEARCHER BY INQUIRING INTO TEACHING PRACTICES MARJOLEIN DOBBER.
EPortfolio Thomas College Name Major Expected date of graduation address.
Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC)
Exit Portfolio of Your name Area of Licensure Completion date 2011.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.