Teachers in all grades and subjects can make thinking an even more important focus of their teaching with TC² resources and support. If you are soon to take part or you’ve just participated in a TC² session, here are a few general suggestions to prepare, follow up and further extend your learning.
If taking one of our online sessions, review the webinar guidelines to maximize the benefit from this learning opportunity.
This one-page sheet offers tech tips and other practical advice on using the Adobe Connect interactive platform to participate in an online session.
Here are three simple ways to follow-up after a session. There are many more teaching ideas spread throughout the Resources section of our website.
Tips for Teachers: Ten tweaks for your questions
By comparing common questions to their “tweaked” alternatives, this one-page tip sheet suggests ways to encourage students to think more deeply about the topics they are studying.
Tips for Teachers: Looking for resources?
This one-page guide includes links to specific TC² resources that will help you bring critical thinking to your classroom.
Search our professional resources for topics of interest. The following may be particularly helpful.
Bringing critical thinking to the main stage
In this article, Roland Case critiques current teaching of critical thinking and proposes a more productive, curriculum-embedded approach.
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