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Six Thinking Hats

  1. White Hat: state the facts
    - students are talking when Mrs Dyck is talking
    - there is noise so that others are distracted or can't hear
    - students don't know what to do after Mrs Dyck has given directions
    - many students get silly or off task
  2. Red Hat: states the emotions
    - Mrs Dyck feels offended
    - Students are frustrated because they can't hear directions
    - Those talking enjoy joking around and being heard
  3. Black Hat: negative aspects
    - time is wasted
    - learning is compromised
    - those who legitamently have the floor feel that listeners don't care about what they are saying
    - chaos in the classroom
  4. Yellow Hat: positives of the situation are examined
    - everyone gets to say what is on their mind
    - it can be fun
    - you don't have to wait until you speak and therefore don't forget what you what to say
    - not just the "smart" kids get to speak
  5. Green Hat: creative ideas that come with seeing the problem in a new light
    - Mrs Dyck will be more aware of the amount of time that she "talks"
    - Mrs Dyck will try to include interaction from many different students, not just the "smart" kids
    - students will work on resisting the need to say everything that comes into their mind. They will ask themselves if this is "on topic" and"if this needs to be shared at this time. There needed to be further discussion on "how" students would work on this problem.
    - students will think about whether their comment will interfer with other people's learning
    - we will keep these charts up so that we can refer back to the learning of this moment and reassess how we are doing.
  6. Blue Hat: Sum up what is learned
    - Mrs Dyck learned that she needs to limit the amount of time she uses "Talking" as a form of teaching
    - Mrs Dyck needs to involve all students in discussion. She needs to look for the one who rarely offers comments or is quietly waiting to be picked to answer.
    - Mrs Dyck needs to realize that some students need "think time" before they are ready to contribute to a discussion. Allowing time for these students to think is important part of class discussion so they don't tune out.
    - students now realize that when they talk when others are talking it makes the person talking feel like a fool or unappreciated.
    - students realize that just to "get the laugh" of the moment, they are jeopardizing other people's learning
    - students learned that speaking whenever you want show a lack of self-discipline and that not everything that goes through our minds is worth sharing.
    - teacher/student needs to revisit this topic and check how we are doing

posted on 2006-08-19 19:17 杨粼波 阅读(334) 评论(0)  编辑 收藏 引用


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