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Help turn students into problem solvers. With lesson imaging, teachers anticipate how chosen activities will unfold in real time—what solutions, questions, and misconceptions students might have and how teachers can promote deeper reasoning. When lesson imaging occurs before instruction, students achieve lesson objectives more naturally and powerfully. Lesson Imaging in Math and Science
- A process of thinking through the structure and implementation of a lesson.
- A pathway to discovering ways to elicit student thinking and foster collaboration.
- An opportunity to become adept at techniques to avoid shutting down the discussion—either by prematurely giving or acknowledging the “right” answer or by casting aside a “wrong” answer.
Packed with classroom examples, lesson imaging templates, and tips on how to start the process, this book helps teachers anticipate students’ ideas and questions and stimulate deeper learning in science, math, engineering, and technology.
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