7 edition of Discussion as a Way of Teaching found in the catalog.
March 26, 1999
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
Her most recent book, which contains a more extensive discussion of teacher-student interactions that contribute to building students' intelligent habits of mind, is Teaching for Thinking Today: Theory, Strategies, and Activities for the K-8 Classroom (Teachers College Press, ). The class activity is happening alongside the chat discussion. The Teach-Okay is a great strategy and can apply to all kinds of classrooms. This is a great teach-reteach method that helps to identify in-the-moment misconceptions and provides students the opportunity to help each other in a very positive way.
Discussion-based Teaching and Handling Controversial Topics in the Classroom Discussions help students apply abstract ideas and think critically about what they learn. In fact, studies show that discussions build students’ problem-solving skills more effectively than do lectures. Class discussion, as with other teaching techniques, depends on a clear rationale, appropriate preparation and planning, and smooth execution. A welcome source of assistance in exploring discussion as a way of teaching is this recent volume by Brookfield and : Elaine H. El-Khawas.
Discussions can be an excellent strategy for enhancing student motivation, fostering intellectual agility, and encouraging democratic habits. They create opportunities for students to practice and sharpen a number of skills, including the ability to articulate and defend positions, consider different points of view, and enlist and evaluate. A definition: Teaching is the process of attending to people’s needs, experiences and feelings, and intervening so that they learn particular things, and go beyond the given.. Interventions commonly take the form of questioning, listening, giving information, explaining some phenomenon, demonstrating a skill or process, testing understanding and capacity, and facilitating learning activities.
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"Discussion as a Way of Teaching addresses an important, often underutilized pedagogical approach―the discussion method. The book is a practical and valuable resource for all faculty seeking to improve their teaching and create more learner-centered teaching environments."Cited by: Stephen D.
Brookfield's and Stephen Preskill's book Discussion As a Way of Teaching defines discussion as “an alternately serious and playful effort by a group of two or more to share views and engage in mutual and reciprocal critique.”/5.
Thoroughly revised and updated, the second edition of the landmark book Discussion as a Way of Teaching shows how to plan, conduct, and assess classroom discussions. Stephen D. In exploring the role of the teacher in discussion, the book addresses the tensions and possibilities arising from ethical, cultural, social class, and gender differences.
The book continually emphasizes how discussion fosters democratic participation and enhances by: ". The Discussion Book is an ideal text for the work in transformative learning used in the leadership seminars of United Methodist Women. With this book, adult leaders and learners are provided 'access' to the teaching skills of Brookfield and by: 2.
DISCUSSION AS A WAY OF TEACHING Stephen Brookfield 1. Why Discussions Fail 2. Discussion Ground Rules 3. Circle of Voices 4. Conversational Moves 5. Conversational Role 6. Hatful of Quotes 7. Quotes to Affirm and Challenge 8.
Circular Response Size: KB. "Discussion as a Way of Teaching addresses an important, often underutilized pedagogical approach--the discussion method.
The book is a practical and valuable resource for all faculty seeking to improve their teaching and create more learner-centered teaching environments."/5(14). Discussion Method emphasises pupil-activity in the form of discussion, rather than simply telling and lecturing by the teacher.
Thus, this method is more effective. Participation by Everybody. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this method, everybody participates in the discussion, and therefore thinks and expresses himself. This is a sure way of learning.
method of teaching, for it is a method of leading a discussion in which a good deal of authority and control remain in the hands of the discussion leader and Author: William M.
Welty. event, or find solutions in their discussion groups. Before the discussion, it is essential that the purpose of the discussion activity is set by the teacher.
In this way, the discussionpoints are relevant to this purpose, so that students do not spend their time chatting with each other about irrelevant Size: KB.
Discussion as a way of teaching: tools and techniques for democratic classrooms / Stephen D. Brookfield, Stephen Preskill.
ABOUT THE BOOK Discussion as a Way of Teaching: Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms, by Stephen D. Brookfield and Stephen Preskill “Stimulating good discussions is often one of the more difficult tasks of teaching.
In this book, Brookfield and Preskill offer a wealth of information and strategies for improving dialogues in the Size: KB. Stephen D. Brookfield and Stephen Preskill, Discussion as a Way of Teaching; Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms ( or 2d edition,John Wiley and Sons).
Barbara Gross Dav is, Tools for Teaching (John Wiley and Sons, ) - especially Chapter 9, “Leading aFile Size: 89KB. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
It is an accepted. (In their book Discussion as a Way of Teaching, Brookfield and Preskill identify four purposes of discussion, which you might find useful to consider: “(1) to help participants reach a more critically informed understanding about the topic or topics under consideration, (2) to enhance participants’ self-awareness and their capacity for self.
Teaching students how to lead and participate in productive book discussions eventually frees you to work with individuals, pairs, or small groups who require additional scaffolding.
During this time, you can also support groups who struggle with valuing diverse ideas, referring to their books for evidence, or focusing on the discussion. Fish Bowl Perhaps the most powerful way for students to understand what goes into a good discussion is to observe one in action.
If you have students in your classroom -- or even students in other classrooms -- who are discussion veterans, perhaps they can be models.
such as lecture method, discussion method, text book method, project method, study tours, problem solving method, team teaching, inquiry approach etc. Lecture method is most widely used method whole discussion method has the potential to bring about a positive change in the teaching File Size: KB.
This sampling of strategies provide ideas for helping students prepare for discussions and for collaborating with others to develop those ideas.
Instructor-Designed Questions (Help instructor to guide pre-discussion reading and preparation) Distribute questions on the course schedule or on a. Perhaps the most common way to engage them is via discussion.
In any college classroom, as Elizabeth F. Barkley wrote in her teaching guide, the people doing the. The term teaching method refers to the general principles, pedagogy and management strategies used for classroom instruction.
Your choice of teaching method depends on what fits you — your educational philosophy, classroom demographic, subject area(s) and school mission statement.Discussion as a Way of Teaching. Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher. Teaching About Race.
Undermining the Very Democracy We Seek to Create (Excerpt) Class Participation Grading Rubric. Participation Self-Assessment Form.Written for university and college teachers interested in experimenting with discussion methods in their classrooms, this work considers the influence of factors of race, class and gender on discussion groups and argues that teachers need to intervene to prevent patterns of inequity present in the wider society.