Thinking Strategies for Student Achievement
Improving Learning Across the Curriculum, K-12
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"This resource provides a repertoire of high-effect comprehension strategies. It is important for classroom teachers and school leaders to be able to justify why they are using specific strategies and what the benefits are of a specific strategy. Nessel and Graham provide this justification."
-W. Dorsey Hammond, Professor of Education
Use these strategies to develop your students′ thinking skills and increase their learning in all subject areas.
How can teachers improve students′ higher level and creative thinking? The revised edition of this handbook provides strategies and sample lesson plans to help students learn to think more effectively and to raise their achievement levels.
Drawing upon past and recent research, the authors discuss the importance of actively engaging all students-including those with a history of low achievement-in higher levels of thinking. Thirty specific strategies, including K-W-L, Read and Think Math, and Reciprocal Teaching, can be readily integrated into daily lesson plans.
This step-by-step guide shows teachers how to:
With its user-friendly, practical approach, this important resource should be in the hands of every educator!
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781412938815, 9781412938815, 9781412938815, 9781412938808, 9781412938808, 9781452239361, 9781452222899, 1452239363|
|Number of Pages||248|