Think Like Socrates
Using Questions to Invite Wonder and Empathy Into the Classroom, Grades 4-12
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The key to creating wonder and empathy in class? Questions!
Socrates believed in the power of questions rather than the efficiency of lecturing his students. And yet, if we revere Socrates as one of the greatest teachers in history, how did we get so far away from his method of inquiry? Shanna Peeples, 2015 National Teacher of the Year, is here to flip the script and show you how teachers can create a welcoming and engaging atmosphere that encourages student questions and honors their experiences. This resource provides
Practical strategies for creating a classroom that runs on dialogue, curiosity, inquiry, and respect
An enhancement to your existing curriculum, regardless of content area or grade level, with examples and advice from award-winning teachers
Questions of increasing depth paired with sample texts to increase student engagement with your content
Step-by-step lessons for generating and using students’ questions as a way of assessing their thinking, and helping them guide that thinking into new learning aligned to state standards
Lesson extensions for English language learners, special education students, and gifted and talented students
Writing suggestions, in-class debate questions, and scoring rubrics for each content area
Recommended multimedia texts grouped by big questions
Detailed protocols for using inquiry with adults as a base for Professional Learning Communities, for guiding staff meetings, and for creating inquiry groups around common areas of practice
Your students’ deepest wonderings can point toward learning experiences that allow them to practice the work of citizenship grounded in empathy. Let the questions begin!
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781506391649, 9781506391649, 9781506391632, 150639163X|
|Number of Pages||304|