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Dilemma-based Learning in the Humanities: Integrating Social, Emotional and Thinking Skills

Dilemma-based Learning in the Humanities: Integrating Social, Emotional and Thinking Skills (Paperback)

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Dilemma-based Learning in the Humanities is designed to aid a developing understanding of the ways in which the dilemma-based learning framework can be applied to the secondary humanities classroom. Using this technique you can introduce tools that will help your students to practice and develop their abilities to make wise choices in their lives. This book will enable you to delve straight in to working with dilemmas, allowing you to expose your students to enquiries into a number of diffi cult choices based upon real life.

Using this book you can implement techniques that will: *allow your students to practise and develop skills they can use throughout their lives to make considered decisions, including skills of refl ection, enquiry, logical and analytical thinking and considering multiple solutions *improve students' social skills and their ability to work with others as part of an effective group, as enquiries are based upon a joint quest, in the belief that several thinkers working together are more effective than just one *encourage whole-class and group discussion that will challenge and stretch your students' thinking *give students skills that they can use in other subjects to raise performance, such as creative thinking and reasoning *aid your professional development, adding to the tools and strategies that you have at your disposal as a teacher

EducationTeaching SkillsTeaching of a specific subject Publisher: Chris Kington Publishing Publication Date: 01/01/1999 ISBN-13: 9781899857548  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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