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Beyond Think, Pair, Share: Instructional Strategies to Inspire Learning

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Overview

Tired of the same old, same old? There are so many awesome instructional strategies available that it can be virtually impossible for busy teachers to stay on top of the latest and greatest. Join Lauren Boucher and discover new strategies that you can use to move students from passive consumption of information to developing the 4Cs skill set (communication, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration). Lauren will explore strategies such as Graffiti Gist, Hexagonal Thinking, Written Conversations, and Blind Kahoot, and will share classroom implementation ideas and tips for each one.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: 4Cs, Blind Kahoot, collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, Graffiti Gist, Hexagonal Thinking, instructional strategies, learning strategies, Written Conversations

Reviews (21)

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This is so useful! I'll be sharing these ideas in my TBT, and with my students.
 
This was a great webinar. I learned so much and can't wait to utilize some of these strategies in my classroom. I am planning on using Graffiti Gist Protocol or Digging Deeper tomorrow
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Thank you
 
I love the building communications skills through writing!
Full Member
 
Thank you for the great information!
 
Great activities and suggestions! Especially liked the 'Digging Deeper' discussion activity, which is a variation on the 'Gallery Walk'. Getting students reading, thinking, and moving is a powerful means of engaging more reticent or unfocused learners.
 
Thought the ideas were really good. And I have pages and pages of instructional ideas. I like that students can just give the "gist". Almost like a text. I did have some technical issues.
 
I enjoyed that the webinar even provided more resouces to use. Also, the name of another good teacher was given - Abby Futrell. I didn't like that I had technical issues. I had to watch two times.
 
I loved the idea of the student histogram. Particularly, that it went beyond the “do you know about this”and asked the students to share what they did know. Thanks for all of the ideas and resources.
 
thanks!
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