Is your classroom culture conducive to the expectations of the Common Core? Teaching content is not enough; students need a classroom structure and atmosphere that will help them learn key academic skills. This practical book will show you how to transform your classroom culture, raise the level of rigor, encourage higher-level questioning and critical thinking, and promote academic discussions. You will also find out how to adjust your classroom management techniques so that students learn to regulate themselves while completing these higher-level tasks. Special Features in Each Chapter: Key Ideaaa summary of the essential idea that will be addressed in the chapter Practical strategiesaa variety of easy-to-implement ideas that you can try right away Connections to the Common Core State Standardsahow the skills taught in this book will help students meet the standards Reflection Questionsathoughtful questions that will help teachers apply their learning to their own classrooms. These questions can be answered independently or used in book study groups. Extend Your Knowledgeacreative ideas for extending your knowledge beyond the ideas in this book... expected Shorter responses expected Require elaboration or explanation Dona#39; t require elaboration or explanation No correct ... Question Stems and Sentence Starters Although Question Stems and Sentence Starters are separate, distinctanbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating a Classroom Culture That Supports the Common Core|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-01-21|