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Collaborative Social Studies Classroom, The

A Resource for Teachers, Grades 7-12

by Joseph John Nowicki

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Allyn & Bacon .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages286
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7410608M
ISBN 100205173918
ISBN 109780205173914
OCLC/WorldCa32312343

Social Studies Resources This document is intended to provide resources to support instruction of the Florida Next Generation Sunshine State Standards and the Florida Department of Education’s Social Studies Education Size: KB. Technology in the Social Studies Classroom. Becoming a teacher can be a daunting task. A new teacher has to take in a lot of information,which can be overwhelming. There are many different things to remember including the different sets of standards teachers needs to consider when creating lessons.

Michelle Lundy, who teaches middle school social studies in Thomaston, Georgia, took a cue from the younger grades and asked her students to create alphabet books recounting the topics they’d studied that year. For each letter, students came up with one word or name from their studies (e.g., Abraham Lincoln for A). They then wrote a few. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, 62 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Preface / Robert J. Stahl and Ronald L. VanSickle --Cooperative learning as effective social study within the social studies classroom: introduction and an invitation / Robert J. Stahl and Ronald L. VanSickle --From "academic strangers" to successful members of a cooperative.

Social studies is the study of how people relate to one another, their environment and to the world they live in. When a child enters a preschool classroom, it is generally their first time interacting with a community outside the family unit and studies learning takes place in the classroom in many ways, without necessarily involving a structured social studies activity for. Collaborative Learning | Adaptation Level. Subject: Social Studies. Objectives. Students will use research skills to investigate the uses of aluminum and the importance of recycling. Students will use knowledge and experience to create an informative and entertaining video .


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This book begins with a short overview describing the four basic strategies in a research and theoretical by: 2. This book, resulting from a collaboration among an educational psychologist, a social studies educator, and a primary teacher, describes in rich detail and illustrates with excerpts from recorded lessons how primary teachers can engage their students in social studies lessons and activities that are structured around powerful ideas and have applications to their lives outside of by: This ebook includes a handful of projects for the social studies classroom.

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Featured Resources. From Theory to Practice OVERVIEW. In this classroom project, students and the teacher produce a class book through a group-writing activity, focusing on a basic before-during-after sequence of events. After discussing what they know about pumpkins, the class carves a jack-o-lantern, pausing at each step to chart their observations on before, during, and after.

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You can clip sections out of the public domain books, using the tools that are built right in to Google Books. I used to make “bookshelves” in Google Books for all my students. The Collaborative Classroom: Social and Emotional Learning Traditional academic approaches -- those that employ narrow tasks to emphasize rote memorization or the application of simple procedures -- won't develop learners who are critical thinkers or effective writers and : Brigid Barron.

Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) teaches students to use comprehension strategies while working cooperatively. Student strategies include previewing the text; giving ongoing feedback by deciding "click" (I get it) or "clunk" (I don't get it) at the end of each paragraph; "getting the gist" of the most important parts of the text; and "wrapping up" key ideas.

Learn how your organization can benefit from social learning. Learning from one another is what people have always done, so social and collaborative learning as a learning method is likely the oldest one in existence.

Even if our approach to training and learning has evolved over time, we still inevitably learn from those we collaborate with. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Preface / Robert J. Stahl, Ronald VanSickle, and Nancy N. Stahl --pt. 1 The context for optimal cooperative learning: using optimal cooperative learning for effective social study in the classroom / Robert J.

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Improve student performance using tried and true cooperative learning activities. Each game and activity feature a supplies list, the appeal, the time it takes to complete, directions, and hints.

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