David Hyerle After gaining his elementary and secondary teaching credentials from the Bay Area Writing Project and teaching in the Oakland and Berkeley public schools, David received his doctorate from UC Berkeley with continuing studies as an Exchange Scholar for two years at the Harvard School of Education. He is an international leader in the field of thinking skills development, critical reflection, and 21st century learning. David has always attempted to integrate the fields of cognitive-neuroscience, high quality collaborative teaching and learning models, and assessment into the fabric of everyday classroom teaching. ASCD Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development honored his work by distributing his visual tools book to over , educators worldwide. Recent published writings by David include insights into assessment, knowledge cartography knowledge creation and transfer , visual representations of data and the direct facilitation of dispositions of thinking, or Habits of Mind Costa and Kallick.
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Write from the Beginning…and Beyond Jane C. Buckner, Ed. Future modes to be released include Expository, Argumentative, and Summary writing. Setting the Stage This manual is the introductory piece for all modes of writing. This manual, in conjunction with the intensive Training of Trainers professional development plan, prepares educators in the skills necessary to train others within their own region, district, or school.
A CD containing PowerPoint presentations for trainers is included with this manual. Response to Literature This spiral-bound manual explains the background information necessary for responding to literature eg, stages of understanding, types of oral and open-ended written responses, and various types of prompts.
It is designed to help teachers guide students through the process of explaining and supporting their thinking about a particular piece of discourse. The overall goal of the manual is to help teachers provide quality, challenging, and focused instruction to transition students from immersion in their native language to acquiring proficiency in English.
The format of each section includes background information, opportunities for the teachers to apply the information, and an opportunity to develop classroom applications. Posted by admin at pm Your Shopping Cart.