Tools for Promoting Active, In-Depth Learning (Second Edition)

By Harvey F. Silver, Richard W. Strong, Matthew J. Perini, No, No

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An “oldie but goodie,” this is the book that launched the tools revolution!

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Learning is an active process. The second edition of this award-winning bestseller contains 85 classroom-tested, ready-to-use techniques that will transform any classroom into an “aerobics session for the mind.” Learn how to actively engage students in your classroom, develop critical thinking skills, improve assessment, and inspire all students.

This classic resource contains tools for

  • Activating Prior Knowledge
  • Building Notemaking Skills
  • Improving Writing
  • Building Vocabulary
  • Deepening Reflection
  • Classroom Questioning
  • Promoting Cooperation
  • Reviewing
  • Teaching & Practicing Skills
  • Assessing Student Performances
  • And many more!

Additional Information

ISBN 978-1-58284-004-8
Pages 192
Edition Second
First Publication Date Jan 1, 2001
Series Tools for Today's Educators™
Publisher Thoughtful Education Press
Copyright © 2001 Thoughtful Education Press
Dimensions No

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