Engaging methods for teaching 21st-century skills Todayas students must be able to collaborate, innovate, and think critically to solve real-world problems. As content demands increase, how can teachers make time to teach these advanced skills? Find practical solutions in the story of how master teacher Nigel Scozzi used Rich Allenas Green Light strategies to teach content in a memorable and efficient way. Backed by research, this practical guide provides secondary teachers with tried and trusted lesson plans in multiple subjects that: Engage students Accelerate learning Encourage critical thinking Improve test results AmIn 2010, for the first time, high schools in the United Kingdom began offering critical thinking as a dedicated subject. In Hong Kong, according to the Basic Education Curriculum Guide (Education Bureau, 2002), educational priorities for 2001a2006 were ... Phase One, leaving no time for Phase Two, or they have no formal training in teaching English Students are creative and resourceful and are able to.
|Title||:||Sparking Student Synapses, Grades 9–12|
|Author||:||Rich Allen, Nigel Scozzi|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2011-09-30|