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The i5 Approach: Lesson Planning That Teaches Thinking and Fosters Innovation

The i5 Approach: Lesson Planning That Teaches Thinking and Fosters Innovation

Learn how to revamp existing lessons to combine effective technology use, a powerful tool for learning, with thinking skill development, the essential tools of learning. Authors Jane E. Pollock and Susan Hensley explain the i5 approach’s foundations in brain research and its links to the proven principles discussed in Classroom Instruction That Works. They provide step-by-step procedures for teaching 12 key thinking skills and share detailed lesson examples from the classrooms of teachers who have successfully “i5’ed” their instruction and helped students gain deeper and broader understandings of content and become stronger and more innovative thinkers.
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If the three r’s define education’s past, there are five i’s—information, images, interaction, inquiry, and innovation—that forecast its future, one in which students think for themselves, actively self-assess, and enthusiastically use technology to further their learning and contribute to the...

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