Do You Have 21st-Century Skills to Help Your Students Succeed?
Do Your Students Have 21st-Century Skills to Think for Themselves?
Charles Ames Fischer has the answers you are looking for, answers that will supply the strategies to show students how to succeed into the future. A future that has unknown products, unidentified jobs, and unanticipated challenges.
Teachers struggle every day with activities to help their students think critically and discover their untapped creativity.
What does a teacher do to help students collaborate toward greater understandings?
What does a teacher do if students can’t think through complex ideas and issues?
What does a teacher do if students don’t actively listen and retain information?
What does a teacher do to help students become flexible and adaptable thinkers?
What does a teacher do if the students can’t communicate effectively?
The Power of the Socratic Classroom is the ultimate guide that every K-12 teacher needs. In a Socratic Classroom, teachers shift to the role of facilitator, where they help their students develop the collaborative interpersonal skills, the critical and creative thinking skills, and the speaking and listening skills to face the upcoming challenges of the 21st century.