Modifying Teacher Behaviors to Promote Critical Thinking in K-12 Physical Education
- Reflection of an In-Service Education Course Program: Pedagogical Content Knowledge about alternative measurement and assessment techniques and Attitude Development. ÇORUHLU, Tülay ŞENEL; ÇEPNİ, Salih // Ilkogretim Online;2010, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p1106
The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of an in service training course program related to alternative measurement and assessment techniques on teachers' pedagogical content knowledge and attitudes towards in-service education (INSET). The case study research method was used in this...
- ATTITUDES TOWARD MAINSTREAMING: IMPLICATIONS FOR INSERVICE TRAINING AND TEACHING THE HANDICAPPED. Johnson, Alex B. // Education;Spring87, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p229
The present emphasis on mainstreaming has exposed regular classroom teachers' opposition to working with the handicapped. Although much of their concern is attributed to lack of experience in the area of special education, teachers' attitudes toward the handicapped have been shown to contribute...
- VIEWPOINTS: Attitudes, Notions, and Odd Ideas. Hanson, Earl H. // Education;Mar1962, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p446
This article comments on the attitudes, notions and odd ideas in relation to the role of teachers as givers, takers and sharers. By the nature teachers are givers. The frequent teacher who is a taker gets in the way of education, a process which necessarily is a giving thing. Teachers give and...
- Portfolios in the classroom: A vehicle for developing reflective thinking. Kish, Cheryl K.; Sheehan, Janet K. // High School Journal;Apr/May97, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p254
Discusses the role of portfolios in encouraging reflective thinking among students in the classroom. Essential features of portfolios; Enhancement of cognitive, socio-emotional and moral development through reflective thinking; Development of critical thinking, problem-solving skills and...
- Methapor: A Model for Teaching Critical Thinking. Ivie, Stanley D. // Contemporary Education;2001, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p18
Studies the approaches of teaching critical thinking skills of education in the U.S. Definition of critical thinking; Essential steps in becoming a critical thinker; Incorporation of metaphor into the models for teaching critical thinking skills.
- Through the lens of a critical friend. Costa, Arthur L.; Kallick, Bena // Educational Leadership;Oct93, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p49
Discusses the importance of a critical friend to ask provocative questions and offer helpful critiques. Learning performance through assessment feedbacks; Capacity for self-evaluation; Open-mindedness to the constructive thinking of others.
- Instruction in critical thinking as a form of character education. Orr, John B.; Klein, M. Frances // Journal of Curriculum & Supervision;Winter91, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p130
Sets forth theoretical propositions developed in the four-year-old Critical Spirit Project at the Thirty-Second Street School in Los Angeles, California involving instruction in critical thinking as a form of character education. Purpose of instruction in critical thinking; Context of critical...
- READING & WRITING WORKSHOP. Forman, Lillian // Instructor;May/Jun2000, Vol. 109 Issue 8, p45
Presents publications and activities that can help children develop their concerns about current events. Activity that will help them empathize with the people they read about; Motivation to help children remember details about current events; Activity to encourage critical thinking.
- THE IMPORTANCE OF CRITICAL THINKING FOR STUDENT USE OF THE INTERNET. Browne, M. Neil; Freeman, Kari E.; Williamson, Carrie L. // College Student Journal;Sep2000, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p391
Documents the absorption of postsecondary students with the Internet as a source of knowledge. Dependence of students on the Internet for information; Critical thinking programs that do not address the form and quality of persuasion on the medium; Steps in applying critical thinking to the...