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Presented to Ipod Grant Winners to support teachers and students as they learn to use this technology tool in the classroom.

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  • Introduction to The Habits of Mind April 15, 2010 3:30-4:30 PM (SEA #12342 General) Lenoir County Public Schools
  • Essential Question
    • How might the infusion of Habits of Mind support you and your students as you facilitate the use of the Ipods in your classroom?
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • Objectives
    • Today you will
    • Actively engage in conversations and activities to increase factual knowledge about The Habits of Mind
    • Read to summarize The Habits of Mind
    • Illustrate, explain , and describe your thinking related to one assigned Habit
    • Identify and explain connections to standards
    • Follow upBrainstorm ways to infuse The Habits of Mind in your classroom/ school, and for yourself
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • Connections to the Standards
    • 21 st Century Framework ( Rainbow )
    • The ISTE National Educational Technology Standards ( NETS T and S)
    • North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards
    • Future-Ready Students for the 21st Century
    • New Evaluation Instrument for Teachers ( Rubric)
  • Pre-Assessment Finger Asessment
    • Prepare to rate your knowledge of the topic
    • Write what you know about the topic on the front
      • If 0 , write nothing and put your name on the back
      • If 1 , tell where or how you heard about this topic (Write on one finger)
      • If 2 , List what you know on two fingers (general knowledge)
      • If 3 , 4, or 5 , write specific information to record what you know about the topic and write on that number of fingers
      • Write your name on the back of your paper
      • *Walk to the wall area and place your hand on the wall.
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 (No knowledge of this at all.)
  • Cultivating A THOUGHT-FULL LEARNING COMMUNITY in your Classroom WITH HABITS OF MIND 04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • Warm up!
    • Get Ready to think!
    • Get Ready to think!
    • Get Ready to think!
    • Get Ready to think!
    • Get Ready to think!
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 Sing to tune of Adams Family Clap or snap fingers
  • Striving for Accuracy and Precision 04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 Finding Humor
  • Discovering & Exploring Habits of Mind 04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 Presented by: Arthur L. Costa, ED. D. & Bena Kallick, PH. D. What are the Habits of Mind?
    • Thinking about thinking (metacognition)
    • Taking responsible risks
    • Striving for accuracy
    • Finding humor
    • Questioning & posing problems
    • Thinking interdependently
    • Applying past knowledge to new situations
    • Remaining open to continuous learning
    Habits of Mind
    • Persisting
    • Thinking and Communicating w/clarity and precision
    • Managing Impulsivity
    • Gathering data from all senses
    • Listening w/ understanding and empathy
    • Creating, imagining, innovating
    • Thinking flexibly
    • Responding with wonderment and awe
    • TGC - 2009
    • HABITS OF MIND
    • Ways of thinking
    • Help you know what to do when you dont know the answer
    • Allow you to talk about our thinking
    • Support you as you learn
  • Remember this
    • "Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going." Jim Ryuh
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • CURRICULUM MIND SHIFTS
    • FROM:
    • Not only knowing right answers.
    • TO:
    • Also knowing how to behave when answers are not immediately apparent.
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • WHY HABITS OF MIND?
    • TRANSDISCIPLINARY
    • AS GOOD FOR ADULTS AS THEY ARE FOR STUDENTS
    • FOCUSED ON LONG RANGE, ENDURING, ESSENTIAL LEARNINGS
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • 21 st Century Skills Framework
    • Life & Career Skills
    • Flexibility & Adaptability
    • Initiative & Self-Direction
    • Social & Cross-Cultural Skills
    • Productivity & Accountability
    • Leadership & Responsibility
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards
    • Using the Habits of Mind supports the New Vision of Teaching in North Carolina
    • Supports teachers in addressing and meeting the NC Professional Teaching Standards
    • Supports teachers in addressing the Future-Ready Goals
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • NC Standards for Teachers
    • Standard 1: Teachers demonstrate leadership
    • Standard 2: Teachers establish a respectful environment for a diverse population of students
    • Standard 3: Teachers know the content they teach
    • Standard 4: Teachers facilitate learning for their students
    • Standard 5: Teachers reflect on their practice
    • Standard IV: Teachers facilitate learning for their students.
    • Teachers help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills:
    • Encourage students to ask questions, think creatively, develop and test innovative ideas, synthesize knowledge and draw conclusions
    • Help students exercise and communicate sound reasoning; understand connections; make complex choices; and frame, analyze, and solve problems
    Standard Element Descriptors
    • Standard IV:
    • Teachers facilitate learning for their students.
    • G. Teachers communicate effectively:
    • Communicate clearly with students in a variety of ways
    • Assist students in articulating thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively
    HOM - Thinking and Communicating with clarity and precision
  • So Remember Mistakes are a natural part of learning
    • "Admitting errors clears the score and proves you wiser than before." Arthur Guiterman
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
  • Describing the Habits 04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 A Habit of Mind means having a disposition toward behaving intelligently when faced with problems, the answers to which are not immediately known. Research in effective thinking and intelligent behavior by Feuerstein (1980), Glatthorn & Baron (1985), Sternberg (1985), Perkins (1985), and Ennis (1985) indicates that there are some identifiable characteristics of effective thinkers. These effective thinking characteristics have been called Habits of Mind These are what intelligent people do when they are confronted with problems, the resolution to which are not immediately apparent. There are additional ways of thinking and the authors challenge us to continue to identify them.
  • Describing the Habits
    • http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/108008/chapters/Describing_the_Habits_of_Mind.aspx
    04/19/10 District Activity - 2010
    • Use your handout to read about your assigned Habit.
    • Work with your partner or table group to complete the assignment
  • Thinking & Communicating with Clarity & Precision Get to the Point! Keep it short and simple! Designed by Kim Shocky, Northeast Elementary School
  • Thinking Interdependently Two heads are better than one! Whats going to work? Teamwork! Designed by Kim Shocky, Northeast Elementary School
  • Tree Map classifying, sorting, main idea & details 04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 Understanding the Habits of Mind
  • Tree Map classifying, sorting, main idea & details 04/19/10 District Activity - 2010 Understanding the Habits of Mind Pesistence Manage Impulsivity Metacognition
  • Introducing the