Total Participation Techniques. By Persida Himmele and William Himmele. Characteristics of Successful and Unsuccessful Students Number 3 is the scribe. A: 90-100% B 80-90% C: 70-80% D: Below 70%. Chapter 1: DEFINITION OF TPT.
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Total Participation Techniques
By PersidaHimmele and William Himmele
Characteristics of Successful and Unsuccessful Students
Number 3 is the scribe
D: Below 70%
High Cognition/High Participation
All students are participating in higher order thinking
High Cognition/Low Participation
High order thinking for SOME
Low Cognition/Low Participation
Teaching is occurring, but learning is not
Low Cognition/High Participation
Learning if forgotten because it is not linked to anything
Having supplies ready, makes the use of TPT’s easier to manage. See pages 28-29 for a complete list of suggestions.
~supply box for the whole class
Fact / Opinion
Choices are prepared before hand
Students hold up white board for analysis by peers and teacher.
Number card Hold-ups
*Variety of ways to use in math
*Decks of number cards are used to answer questions
True/Not True Hold-ups
*Makes kids think because very few things are black and white
Multiple Choice Hold-ups
*Great for impromptu selected response hold-ups
*Could be done with clickers as well
*Use A,B,C, D cards
Hold-ups are only meaningful if the students interact, analyze, debate, and defend their choices.
BUILDING A TPT CONDUCIVE CLASSROOM
* To get the very best from students they need to know they are free to think & try!!!
* Using TPT we get to see the differences in our students
Fostering Student Collaboration
Nothing is more valuable than students talking to each other!!!
* Teacher is Key