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Thinking and Problem Solving. Week 2: Making Connections . The TAP TM System Training Portal. Objective. Teachers will connect thinking and problem solving and develop a lesson incorporating both the process and the product. . Agenda. Evaluation Long Range Plan & Thinking Evaluation

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Thinking and problem solving

Thinking and Problem Solving

Week 2:

Making Connections

The TAPTM System Training Portal


Objective

Objective

Teachers will connect thinking and problem solving and develop a lesson incorporating both the process and the product.


Agenda

Agenda

Evaluation

Long Range Plan & Thinking Evaluation

Identify Need

Refinement Need and Instructional Rubric

Obtain New Learning

Problem Solving: The Product

Development In your lessons…

Apply (In your classroom)


Reflect and share how did you implement

Reflect and Share…How did you implement?

Compare and contrast with a partner how you planned for your think aloud vs. the outcome of the delivery.


The rubric

The Rubric


The thinking problem solving link

The Thinking/Problem Solving Link

Research Based Thinking

PS: Categorization


The thinking problem solving link1

The Thinking/Problem Solving Link:

If the Type of Thinking is…

the problem solving is…


Other links

Other Links…

Analytical Think

PS: Categorizing, Identifying Relevant Info

If (this type of thinking)

then…

(this type of problem solving)


The thinking problem solving link2

The Thinking/Problem Solving Link:

If the Type of Thinking is…

  • then

the problem

solving is…


The model

The Model

  • Fairy Tales

    • Pictures of the Stories to Model Practical thinking

    • Categorizing Characteristics of Main Fairytale Characters

    • Create a new fairytale character based upon these characteristics.


The thinking problem solving link3

The Thinking/Problem Solving Link:

If the Type of Thinking is…

  • then

the problem

solving is…


Thinking and problem solving

Snow White

Cinderella

Little Red

Riding hood


Thinking and problem solving

Captain Hook

Cruella de Ville

Ursula


The new fairytale character

The New Fairytale Character

The Character

Choices:

Could be drawn or written

Grouping:

Partner

Design a storyline

Characteristics

  • Based upon the good or bad characteristics.

  • Generate 4 -6 common characteristics


What are the steps to modeling your thinking think aloud

What are the steps to modeling your thinking (‘think-aloud’)

Modeling Think Aloud

Practicing skill

with students-

Generating Ideas

Students explain thinking and Creating a new character


Teacher behaviors that support thinking

Teacher Behaviors that Support ‘Thinking’

  • MODELING

  • Emulating others is a basic way of learning.

  • Model what you expect. Do not be a “do as I say, not as I do” educator.

  • STRUCTURING

  • Clear expectations

  • Thinking happens throughout the school day, across content areas, and over extended periods of time.

  • Opportunities for interaction

  • Address all learning styles

  • QUESTIONING

  • Higher-level questioning

  • Learners must be presented with problems and questions, the answers to which are not apparent.

  • RESPONDING

  • Wait time

  • Accepting without judgment

  • Clarify when you don’t understand

  • Academic Feedback

  • Empathizing


Development

Development

Objective:

  • Teachers will connect thinking and problem solving and develop a lesson incorporating both the process and the product.

TASK: Bring back three student samples of the student product.

Questions to ask yourself during development time:

  • When are you going to implement this in your class?

  • What will this problem solving process look like in your class?

  • Specifics:

    What questions will you use?

    How can you build this in your lesson plan?

    Develop the thinking script and product model.


Apply

Apply

  • Closure:

    • Share with a non-content partner how you will implement problem solving into your lessons and classroom this week.


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