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Creating cultures of thinking : the 8 forces we must master to truly transform our schools / Ron Ritchhart.

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass a Wiley Brad, 2015Description: xiv, 367 páginas ; 24 cmContent type:
  • texto
Media type:
  • sin mediación
Carrier type:
  • volumen
ISBN:
  • 9781118974605
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • LB1590.3 R629 2015
Contents:
List of Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Introduction: Demystifying Group and Organizational Culture -- A New Standard for Education -- The Forces that Shape Culture -- Tools for Transformation -- Chapter 1. The Purpose and Promise of Schools -- Thinking Differently about Outcomes -- Teaching as Enculturation -- Culture as the Enactment of a Story -- Enacting our new story, realizing our vision -- Uncovering the story of your school or classroom -- Two expectations: recognizing how our beliefs shape our behavior -- Focusing students on the learning vs. the work -- Teaching for understanding vs. knowledge -- Encouraging deep vs. surface learning strategies -- Encouraging independence vs. dependence -- Developing a Growth vs. a Fixed Mindset -- Exploring and Developing Expectations -- Three language: appreciating its subtle yet profound power -- The Language of Thinking -- The Language of Community -- The Language of Identity -- The Language of Initiative -- The Language of Mindfulness -- The Language of Praise and Feedback -- The Language of Listening -- Leveraging Language -- Becoming Proficient Users of the Languages of the Classroom -- Four time: learning to be its master rather than its victim -- Recognizing Time as a Statement of Your Values --Learning to Prioritize and Always Prioritizing Learning -- Giving Thinking Time -- Investing Time to Make Time -- Managing Energy, Not Time -- Its Time to Rethink Time -- Getting a Better Perspective on Time -- Five modeling: seeing ourselves through our students eyes -- Dispositional Apprenticeship: Being a Role Model of Learning and Thinking -- Cognitive Apprenticeship: Making Our Thinking Visible -- Gradual Release of Responsibility: Modeling for Independence -- Interactive Modeling: Learning from Examples, Practice, and Reflection -- Learning from Models -- Modeling for the Development of Thinking, Learning, and Independence --
Six opportunities: crafting the vehicles for learning -- Constructing Character: Using Mathematics to Understand Othellos Iago -- VoiceThread: Using Storytelling to Understand Migration -- Music 2 Save Music -- Categorizing, Recognizing, and Realizing Learning Opportunities -- Analyzing and Creating Opportunities for Learning -- Seven routines: supporting and scaffolding learning and thinking -- A Routine Is More Than an Activity -- Using Claim-Support-Question to Delve Into Number Theory in Fifth Grade -- More Than a Game: Differentiating Mathematics in Second Grade -- Making CSQ Fly in Secondary Mathematics -- Tools, Structures, and Patterns: Establishing Routines in the Classroom -- Making Thinking Routine in Our Classrooms -- Eight interactions: forging relationships that empower learners -- New Roles for Students: Empowering Disenfranchised Learners --Beyond Sit and Get: Teaching Students to Build on One Anothers Ideas -- Building Culture through Affect and Actions -- Shaping Interactions through Roles -- Asking Good Questions -- Creating New Patterns of Discourse -- Promoting Interactions That Support Thinking and Learning -- Nine environment: using space to support learning and thinking -- New Learning in an Old Container -- Curating a Classroom -- Designing for Thinking -- Creating Environments to Enhance Learning and Build Culture: Four Fronts -- Creating Environments That Bring Out the Best in Learners -- Ten moving toward transformation -- A Close Look at Substantive Change -- Supporting Change on a Large Scale -- Building a Vision across a School District -- Creating Opportunities -- Building the Capacity of Teachers to Teach One Another -- Using Inquiry-Action Projects to Go Deeper -- Sameness and Difference in the Journey to a Culture of Thinking -- Appendix a my reflections on the learning activities in this class -- Appendix b ladder of feedback -- Appendix c success analysis protocol --
Appendix d looking at students thinking (last) protocol -- Appendix e six key principles of the cultures of thinking project -- Appendix f laying the foundation for a culture of thinking -- Appendix g leading a culture of thinking at my school --Appendix h the development of a culture of thinking in my classroom -- Appendix i assessment ladder -- References -- Subject Index -- Name Index.
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List of Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Introduction: Demystifying Group and Organizational Culture -- A New Standard for Education -- The Forces that Shape Culture -- Tools for Transformation -- Chapter 1. The Purpose and Promise of Schools -- Thinking Differently about Outcomes -- Teaching as Enculturation -- Culture as the Enactment of a Story -- Enacting our new story, realizing our vision -- Uncovering the story of your school or classroom -- Two expectations: recognizing how our beliefs shape our behavior -- Focusing students on the learning vs. the work -- Teaching for understanding vs. knowledge -- Encouraging deep vs. surface learning strategies -- Encouraging independence vs. dependence -- Developing a Growth vs. a Fixed Mindset -- Exploring and Developing Expectations -- Three language: appreciating its subtle yet profound power -- The Language of Thinking -- The Language of Community -- The Language of Identity -- The Language of Initiative -- The Language of Mindfulness -- The Language of Praise and Feedback -- The Language of Listening -- Leveraging Language -- Becoming Proficient Users of the Languages of the Classroom -- Four time: learning to be its master rather than its victim -- Recognizing Time as a Statement of Your Values --Learning to Prioritize and Always Prioritizing Learning -- Giving Thinking Time -- Investing Time to Make Time -- Managing Energy, Not Time -- Its Time to Rethink Time -- Getting a Better Perspective on Time -- Five modeling: seeing ourselves through our students eyes -- Dispositional Apprenticeship: Being a Role Model of Learning and Thinking -- Cognitive Apprenticeship: Making Our Thinking Visible -- Gradual Release of Responsibility: Modeling for Independence -- Interactive Modeling: Learning from Examples, Practice, and Reflection -- Learning from Models -- Modeling for the Development of Thinking, Learning, and Independence --

Six opportunities: crafting the vehicles for learning -- Constructing Character: Using Mathematics to Understand Othellos Iago -- VoiceThread: Using Storytelling to Understand Migration -- Music 2 Save Music -- Categorizing, Recognizing, and Realizing Learning Opportunities -- Analyzing and Creating Opportunities for Learning -- Seven routines: supporting and scaffolding learning and thinking -- A Routine Is More Than an Activity -- Using Claim-Support-Question to Delve Into Number Theory in Fifth Grade -- More Than a Game: Differentiating Mathematics in Second Grade -- Making CSQ Fly in Secondary Mathematics -- Tools, Structures, and Patterns: Establishing Routines in the Classroom -- Making Thinking Routine in Our Classrooms -- Eight interactions: forging relationships that empower learners -- New Roles for Students: Empowering Disenfranchised Learners --Beyond Sit and Get: Teaching Students to Build on One Anothers Ideas -- Building Culture through Affect and Actions -- Shaping Interactions through Roles -- Asking Good Questions -- Creating New Patterns of Discourse -- Promoting Interactions That Support Thinking and Learning -- Nine environment: using space to support learning and thinking -- New Learning in an Old Container -- Curating a Classroom -- Designing for Thinking -- Creating Environments to Enhance Learning and Build Culture: Four Fronts -- Creating Environments That Bring Out the Best in Learners -- Ten moving toward transformation -- A Close Look at Substantive Change -- Supporting Change on a Large Scale -- Building a Vision across a School District -- Creating Opportunities -- Building the Capacity of Teachers to Teach One Another -- Using Inquiry-Action Projects to Go Deeper -- Sameness and Difference in the Journey to a Culture of Thinking -- Appendix a my reflections on the learning activities in this class -- Appendix b ladder of feedback -- Appendix c success analysis protocol --

Appendix d looking at students thinking (last) protocol -- Appendix e six key principles of the cultures of thinking project -- Appendix f laying the foundation for a culture of thinking -- Appendix g leading a culture of thinking at my school --Appendix h the development of a culture of thinking in my classroom -- Appendix i assessment ladder -- References -- Subject Index -- Name Index.

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