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Metacognition Training through Think-Aloud Pair Problem Solving [TAPPS]: Two Lessons about Rivers part of Cutting Edge:Metacognition:Activities
Attached is a description of how to use "Think-aloud Pair Problem Solving" in a classroom. It is followed with two lesson plans on the topic of rivers.
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Portland State University: Special Secondary Methods of Math and Science part of Teacher Preparation:Resource Collections:Courses
This methods course is designed to give students with a scientific or mathematical background preparation delivery of such content in a classroom format. The pre-service teachers develop instructional skills designed to give their own future students the ability to work from a scientific point of view. These skills are drawn from educational psychology, classroom experience, intuition, creative efforts and content specific experiences in a supportive, collegial environment. Development of sound pedagogical practice for math and science teachers and assessment of the abilities and needs of students of science form the core activities in this course. While some content elements may be new to individual students, learning content is not the primary focus of this course. For Dr. Narode's reflections on the course and its design, see Special Secondary Methods of Math & Science: Role in the Program.
Ronald Narode part of Cutting Edge:Metacognition:Workshop 08:Participant Essays
Metacognitive Variables, Problems, and Solutions Ron Narode, Math and Science Teacher Education, Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction, Portland State University I think of metacognition as "second ...
Ronald Narode part of Teacher Preparation:Resource Collections:Essays
Essays on Teacher Preparation by Workshop Participants Associate Professor, Math and Science Education Portland State University Portland, Oregon Secondary Math and Science Preservice Graduate Teacher Education: ...