Teaching for Understanding: Linking Research with Practice
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- The Teaching for Understanding Guide
- Making Thinking Visible: How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners
- Future Wise: Educating Our Children for a Changing World
- Creating Cultures of Thinking: The 8 Forces We Must Master to Truly Transform Our Schools
- Making Learning Whole: How Seven Principles of Teaching Can Transform Education
- Teaching for Understanding with Technology
- Leading Change Step-by-Step: Tactics, Tools, and Tales
- Learning Causality in a Complex World: Understandings of Consequence
- Understanding by Design Guide Set (2 books)
- Ways of Worldmaking
Part One: Foundations of Teaching for Understanding
1. Why Do We Need a Pedagogy of Understanding?
2. What is Understanding?
Part Two: Teaching for Understanding in the Classroom
3. What is Teaching for Understanding?
Martha Stone Wiske
4. How Do Teachers Learn to Teach for Understanding?
Martha Stone Wiske, Karen Hammerness, Daniel Gray Wilson
5. How Does Teaching for Understanding Look in Practice?
Ron Ritchart, Martha Stone Wiske, Eric Buchovecky, Lois Hetland
Part Three: Students' Understanding in the Classroom
6. What Are the Qualities of Understanding?
Veronica Boix Mansilla, Howard Gardner
7. How Do Students Demonstrate Understanding?
Lois Hetland, Karen Hammerness, Chris Unger, Daniel Gray Wilson
8. What Do Students in Teaching for Understanding Classrooms Understand?
Karen Hammerness, Rosario Jaramillo, Chris Unger, Daniel Gray Wilson
9. What Do Students Think About Understanding?
Chris Unger and Daniel Gray Wilson with Rosario Jaramillo and Roger Dempsey
Part Four: Promoting Teaching for Understanding
10. How Can We Prepare New Teachers?
11. How Can Teaching for Understanding Be ExtAnded in Schools?
Martha Stone Wiske, Lois Hetland, Eric Buchovecky
Conclusion: Melding Progressive and Traditional Perspectives
Martha Stone Wiske is a lecturer and researcher at the Harvard Graduate School of Education where she co-directs the Educational Techono