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Thinking Through Writing : Guidelines for Planning Learner-Centered Instruction (Paperback) (K. A.
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Thinking through Writing demonstrates that thinking skills are taught best through writing. All parts of the brain and all types of learning styles are used in writing activities, simultaneously developing thinking skills. These skills are invaluable in linking student experience and new information, incorporating content knowledge and exploring ideas and solutions. This book provides an example of a writing course, illustrating how thinking and writing converge, and is addressed to college instructors, although it would be useful for instructors on any educational level. The elements, examples, and guidelines for planning learner-centered instruction and positive assessment practice increase student engagement through writing activities, applicable in all content areas.
Number of Pages: 185
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc
Author: K. A. Beals
Street Date: December 1, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-22-2656
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