Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout

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<ul><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 1/7</p><p>!"#$"%!</p><p>%</p><p>Intentionally TeachCritical-Thinking Skills</p><p>20th Century Skills 21st Century Too!</p><p>1. Analyzing and utilizing information2. Addressing complex problems and issues3. Creating patterns and mental models4.Understanding and controlling oneself5. Understanding and interacting with others</p><p>&amp;'()'*+, ./, 012314+51(, 6/ 7# 8% #9 /</p><p>!"#$%&amp;'( #'* +,,",,&amp;'( -. ,/0"'/ 123 45&amp;66,7</p><p>!%" 06#,,2889 4/2#/"(&amp;", 4"2&amp;",:</p><p>:3++;+* , ?@A &amp;'()'*+ .1B1'(CD</p><p>E'4+('&gt;+(F/</p><p>&amp;'()'*+, . /, 012314+51(, 6/ 7# 8% #9 / !"#$%&amp;'(</p><p>#'* +,,",,&amp;'( -. ,/0"'/ 123 45&amp;66,7 !%"</p><p>06#, ,288 9 4/2# /"(&amp;", 4"2&amp;",: :3++;+*,</p><p>?@A &amp;'()'*+ . 1B1'(CD E'4+('&gt;+( F/</p><p>What is Critical Thinking?</p><p>! Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined</p><p>process of actively and skillfully conceptua lizing,</p><p>applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating</p><p>information gathered from, or gener ated by,</p><p>observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or</p><p>communication, as a guide to belief and a ction.</p><p>D&gt;&gt;GA""555/C(</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 2/7</p><p>!"#$"%!</p><p>#</p><p>Why Should We Teach Kids to Think?</p><p>! Our modern society is faster</p><p>paced, globally networked,technologically oriented, andrequires workers who can problemsolve and think critically.</p><p>! Facts change and informationmultiplies at an incredibly fast</p><p>rate. It is important for students tohave an understanding of how toget information and make sense ofit all.</p><p>LM(/ E+ (&lt; N33&gt;</p><p>0+5 ;'*F</p><p>G3'*1&gt;B I+</p><p>51 D'O1P</p><p>What is problem solving?</p><p>!</p><p>The process one engages in to answerquestions such as:" How will I overcome this obstacle?" How will I reach my goal but still meet these</p><p>conditions?</p><p>*Robert Marzano and John Kendall (2007)</p><p>Games</p><p>! List as many critical-thinking</p><p>games as you can.</p><p>How do you have time forgames when you have to teach</p><p>the standards?</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 3/7</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 4/7</p><p>!"#$"%!</p><p>R</p><p>Body Patterns</p><p>Set Be a Mind Reader</p><p>1. Its on the wall. Play</p><p>2. It has one syllable. Play</p><p>3. Its a noun. Friend</p><p>4. It has six letters in it. Friend</p><p>5. It completes this sentence: My ____ is coming</p><p>over to play tonight. Friend</p><p>Source: B.K. Scheffer andM. G. Rubenfeld, AConsensus Statement on Critica l Thinkingon Nursin g,J ournal of Nursin g</p><p>Education , 39, 352-9 (2000).</p><p>Divergent Thinking</p><p>! Generating multiple options for solving aproblem.</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 5/7</p><p>!"#$"%!</p><p>S</p><p>3 = ? Critical Thinking Skills</p><p>!</p><p>Discriminating: Recognizing differences orsimilarities among things or situations</p><p>Source: B.K. Scheffer andM. G. Rubenfeld, AConsensus Statement on Critica l Thinkingon Nursin g,J ournal of Nursin g</p><p>Education , 39, 352-9 (2000).</p><p>Pattern Blocks Pattern Blocks</p><p>Critical Thinking Skill</p><p>! Analyzing: Separating or breaking a whole</p><p>into parts</p><p>Source: B.K. Scheffer andM. G. Rubenfe ld, AC ons ensus Statement on Critical Thinking on Nursin g,J ournal of Nursin g</p><p>Education , 39, 352-9 (2000).</p><p>Making 10s Game</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 6/7</p><p>!"#$"%!</p><p>!</p><p>Physical Spaces</p><p>!</p><p>Physical spaces should be flexible andadaptable, enable collaboration,interaction and information sharing, andshould be connected with the largercommunity that surrounds the school.</p><p>Clutter</p><p>! Make sure your classroom is physicallyneat before each learning session.</p><p>! Analyze storage space. Do you haveenough?</p><p>! At least one time per month, look atyour classroom through the eyes ofsomeone else.</p><p>Peripherals</p></li><li><p>7/25/2019 Intentionally Teach Critical-Thinking Skills 2016 Handout</p><p> 7/7</p><p>!"#$"%!</p><p>K</p><p>T3'BB(++;A</p><p>T';&lt; UD1</p><p>@</p></li></ul>