Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Opening credits
  • 25.5    |    
    The Habit of Thought, Chapter Three: Four classroom models
  • 00:38    |    
    How can content be integrated with Socratic practice?
  • 02:04    |    
    How is Socratic practice a good pedagogical tool?
  • 03:46.5    |    
    Why is independent judgment important in the classroom and in life?
  • 05:49    |    
    How do you manage the expectations of students who want the teacher to give them the facts?
  • 07:15    |    
    What is the value of taking responsibility for one's ideas and learning?
  • 08:57    |    
    Is consistency important in this process of learning?
  • 10:15    |    
    Final words
  • 10:20.799999999999954    |    
    Final credits


The Habit of Thought Chapter Three: Four Classroom Models

New Media  | 31 de julio de 2008  | Vistas: 3430

During this interview series, hosted by Luis Figueroa, Michael Strong, author of the bestseller The Habit of Thought, describes the theory, basis, and vision of Socratic practice, a novel approach to classroom instruction. In chapter three, "Four Classroom Models: Integrating Socratic Seminars into Content-Driven Classrooms," Strong explains how classroom contents can be integrated with Socratic practice by developing student-driven discussions. This method helps students to develop independent judgement, abandon passive attitudes, and learn to take responsibility for their own ideas and learning.

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See also:
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 4




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