Five Skills Between Confusion and AHA!: Dont Teach Data. Teach Them How to Learn the Data Guinevere Durham

ISBN: 9781432774912

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Five Skills Between Confusion and AHA!: Dont Teach Data. Teach Them How to Learn the Data  by  Guinevere Durham

Five Skills Between Confusion and AHA!: Dont Teach Data. Teach Them How to Learn the Data by Guinevere Durham
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Five Skills Between Confusion and AHA! Dont Teach Data. Teach Them How to Learn the Data Youve heard the Chinese proverb, Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. This premise also applies toMoreFive Skills Between Confusion and AHA! Dont Teach Data. Teach Them How to Learn the Data Youve heard the Chinese proverb, Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.

Teach him to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. This premise also applies to learning: Teach a child facts and data and you prepare him for the test. Teach him how to learn facts and data and you prepare him for a life of learning. True learning is more than memorizing facts, figures, dates, tables and formulas. In todays world its no longer enough for children to learn by rote and leave their thinking caps at the door on the way out of the classroom. They must be taught how to learn to access and process information not merely fed facts.

Five Skills Between Confusion and AHA! teaches parents, educators, coaches and other leaders how to arm children with practical skills they will use to learn independently throughout their lives not just at test time. Using the techniques in this book, educators will be able to teach children Logic, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Investigating and Experimenting to access information independently.



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