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The Habit of Thought Chapter Four: Socratic Practice as Classroom Organizing Principle

30 de julio de 2008   | Vistas: 2314 |  

During this interview series, Luis Figueroa speaks with Michael Strong, author of the bestseller The Habit of Thought. The book describes the theory, basis, and vision of Socratic practice, a novel approach to classroom instruction. In chapter four, "Socratic Practice as Classroom Organizing Principle," Strong explains that Socratic practice can be a classroom organizing principle that promotes a culture of learning among students. He discusses the differences between reading and understanding a text, and compares curriculum-centered and student-centered approaches to learning. Finally, he speaks about his most exciting experiences in Socratic practice.

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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3




Michael Strong is Chief Visionary Officer of Freedom Lights Our World (FLOW). He also serves on the board of The…

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