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Toys From Yesteryear at the Museum
Join us in using ‘Visible Thinking’ routines as we learn about the toys of past generations from the online collections at the National Museum of American History.
When educators talk about ‘Visible Thinking' they are referring to a broad range of research-based practices that foster students' dispositions and thinking skills. In this class, students will be able to develop their critical thinking skills through specific ‘Visible Thinking' routines that require students to think, analyze, problem-solve, and make meaning of the artifacts they explore. In class, we will begin by examining toys from the online collection at the Smithsonian Institution...
In this class, students will learn to make their thinking visible through ‘Visible Thinking' routines. They will make careful observations and thoughtful interpretations by documenting their thought processes. Students learn how to think as they think to learn.
With over 20 years of classroom experience, I have acquired practical knowledge of project-based learning, inquiry-based learning, and emergent curriculum. Inherent in those curriculum frameworks are practices that help make student thinking visible, including questioning strategies, active listening, documentation, and thinking routines.
1 file available upon enrollmentMaterials needed: File/Handouts will be provided—Please print out the handouts before class. Pencil
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Rosemarie, and I’d like to tell you a little about myself and my teaching journey. I did not intend to become a teacher; I was a mother first. Becoming a parent shaped me into the educator I am today. When my own children...
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