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Modeling Expert Thinking
Transcript of Modeling Expert Thinking
when they have the opportunity to listen to
how the teacher thinks and solves the problem. Modeling includes:
naming the task or strategy
explaining when it is used
using analogies to link new learning to familiar information. Some indicators to look for during teacher modeling include:
Naming a strategy, a skill, or a task
Stating the purpose of the strategy, the skill or the task
Using "I" statements
Demonstrating how the strategy, the skill or the task is used
Alerting learners about errors to avoid
Assessing the usefulness of the strategy or skill Researcher have found it helpful for teachers to watch one another model thinking aloud and talk about how it felt, both as the model and the observer Benefits of modeling for your students:
regular use builds students' familiarity with skills they can use to understand content.
students develop good habits for problem solving and critical thinking
modeling gives students examples, not recipes, to follow <iframe width="960" height="720" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/02fFFjmp7Gc?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>