How to Teach Thinking Skills
Seven Key Student Proficiencies for College and Career Readiness, Second Edition
In How to Teach Thinking Skills: Seven Key Student Proficiencies for College and Career Readiness, authors James A. Bellanca, Robin J. Fogarty and Brian M. Pete offer tools and strategies for educators to design rich and rigorous lessons that explicitly teach higher-order thinking skills to ensure all students are college and career ready. This second edition supports F–12 teachers in teaching thinking skills using any state-mandated or content area-specific standards. Using this book, they will become familiar with seven thinking proficiencies – (1) critical thinking, (2) creative thinking, (3) complex thinking, (4) comprehensive thinking, (5) collaborative thinking, (6) communicative thinking and (7) cognitive transfer – essential for students’ post-secondary success.
F−12 teachers will:
- learn how to effectively prepare students for post-secondary literacy and mathematics demands
- discover a three-phase teaching model outlining how to explicitly teach 21 thinking skills
- help students make direct connections between thinking skills and standards as they apply skills to performance tasks
- discover ways to integrate technology into selected lessons for enriched learning
- use end-of-chapter reflection questions to understand the impact of teaching thinking skills.
|Publish date||2020-04-17 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Cross-Curricular|