This work offers a challenging approach to enhancing children's learning through a process of reflective analysis called qinnovative thinkingq. Using practical examples drawn from a variety of learning contexts, the author: provides a framework for reviewing and reflecting on classroom experience, focusing particularly on those aspects of teaching and learning that are surprising, puzzling or worrying; outlines a series of steps that should help teachers generate new ideas and practical strategies to guide the development of their work; offers an approach which emphasizes strategies that can be incorporated into teachers' work with the whole class, and to the potential benefit of all children; and illustrates how qinnovative thinkingq can assist teachers in enhancing the learning and inclusion of individual children whose classroom responses give cause for concern.Oxford: Blackwell. Hart, S. and Travers, P. (1999) a#39;Bilingual learners and the Code of Practicea#39;, Multicultural Teaching 17(2) ... Holt, J. (1990) How Children Fail\ revised edn. London: Penguin. Huberman ... Language and Curriculum Access Service (1999) Enabling Progress in Multilingual Classroomsa#39;. Towards inclusiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Thinking Through Teaching|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-12-19|