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How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core: 7 Key Student Proficiencies of the New National Standards #2020

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  • Title: How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core: 7 Key Student Proficiencies of the New National Standards
  • Author: James A. Bellanca Robin J. Fogarty Brian M. Pete
  • ISBN: 9781936764075
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core: 7 Key Student Proficiencies of the New National Standards By James A. Bellanca Robin J. Fogarty Brian M. Pete, None

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    1. In December I attended the Learning Forward Conference in Boston I had the pleasure of hosting Robin Fogarty s session on this book She recognized me though it has been a long time since we have seen each other I try to catch her sessions at conferences since she is always in her game, gives practical and usable strategies I had brought her in to do a workshop on Thinking Skills many moons ago when I was first president of NHASCD The Boston session was very clever, she went through a lesson with [...]

    2. Written in a style reflecting the very thinking skills they adamantly support, Bellanca, Fogarty, and Pete prompt educators to think critically, creatively, and comprehensively about the complex realities of integrating the Common Core State Standards in each classroom The practical and clear strategies they detail foster crisp communication and purposeful collaborative efforts to generate mindful and cognitively rigorous learning experiences.

    3. As we look and at how the CCSS will fit into instruction and what we need to do to allow for deeper thinking it s nice to have a book focused on the thinking skills our students need While the acronyms for the many strategies is helpful, I d wish they had another name for them other than order of operations Steps Talk Walk Drive Through

    4. This book was a struggle say the least It is so firmly rooted in ELA that it is difficult to apply it to other subject areas I found it to be a very difficult book to read the entire group did but I forced myself to finish before the end of breakd I did, with just under 20 hours to go.

    5. When I first started reading this book, I felt that it was very dull and dry Then, around chapter 3, there was an onslaught of activities and lessons to complete with students that were simple yet effective in teaching Common Core standards From then on out I loved the book and can t wait to try the strategies with my students to make them proficient in these 21st century skills.

    6. For my teaching friends switching over to the common core, this book has great ideas for teaching the big thinking skills and ideas I sticky noted a lot of pages

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