Intentional teaching : the Let Me Learn classroom in action
- Bonnie U. Dawkins, Robert B. Kottkamp, Christine A. Johnston.
- Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin, c2010.
- Physical description
- xvi, 161 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
|LB1060 .D386 2010||Unknown|
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-155) and index.
- List of Figures Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Introduction 1. What is the Let Me Learn Advanced Learning System? The Theoretical Basis for the Let Me Learn Process The First Tool: The Learning Connections Inventory The Second Tool: The Personal Learning Profile The Third Tool: The Word Wall The Fourth Tool That FITs the Learner to the Task The Fifth Tool That Pulls It all Together: The Strategy Card The Overall Effect of Using LML Tools and Skills: Interntional Learning and Intentional Teaching The Power of Let Me Learn's Integrated System 2. Meet Bonnie: Getting to Professional Change Through an Advanced Learning System The Catalyst for Seeing the Possibility of Change An Inquisitive Student of Learning: A Discerning Practical Professional Why the Let Me Learn Process? A Conscious Choice Bonnie's Learning Profile Bonnie's Advice to Teachers Who Want to Implement LML Bonnie's Experience of Change (Bob's Perspective) 3. September/October: Understanding the Self as Learner Vignette 1: "Where Are All the Good Kids?" Vignette 2: Eleanor's Search for the One Right Answer Bonnie's Reflections Implementation Activities LML's Effect on Communication (Bob's Perspective) Bonnie's Experience of Change (Bob's Perspective) 4. November: Accepting Others as Learners Vignette: Responses to The Giver Bonnie's Reflections on Affect, Learning, and Community Implementation Activities LML and Affect (Bob's Perspective) Bonnie's Experience of Change (Bob's Perspective) 5. December: Sustaining the LML Classroom Vignette: Thomas's Nightclub Act Bonnie's Reflection on Thomas's Night Club Act Implementation Activities LML's Effect on Student Thinking (Bob's Perspective) Bonnie's Experience of Change (Bob's Perspective) 6. January: Becoming Intentional: The Turning Point Vignette: Dina and the Tough Question Bonnie's Reflection on Dina's Tough Question Implementation Activities LML's Effect on Student Engagement (Bob's Perspective) Bonnie's Experience of Change (Bob's Perspective) 7. February: Learning to Navigate the Challenges of Group Work Vignette: Anything but the Goat Bonnie's Reflection on Russell and the Group Implementation Activities LML's Effect on Pattern Conflicts (Bob's Perspective) LML?s Effects on Resolving Pattern Conflict and Building Teams (Bob's Perspective) 8. March: The Tipping Point Vignette: An Internal Crisis My Precision Pattern Intertwines With Accountability and Outcomes Bonnie's Reflection on the Pain of Change Implementation Activities LML and Change (Bob's Perspective) Reflective Practice Lies at the Heart of the LML Process (Bob's Perspective) 9. April: Evidence of a Transformed Classroom Culture Students Help Each Other Become and Remain More Mindful Vignette: Kippy Gets It Because His Peers Get It! Bonnie's Reflection Implementation Activitiy: Simulating FIT--Forging, Intensifying, or Tethering LML and Respect (Bob's Perspective) LML?s Effect on Classroom Culture (Bob's Perspective) 10. May: So Much to Do?So Little Time! Panic or Picnic Vignette: A Timeless Moment Bonnie's Reflection Implementation Activities LML's Effect on the Teacher (Bob's Perspective) 11. June: Note to Self--I Am a Viable Learner Students' Advice to Their Future Selves Bonnie's Reflection What Is It About LML That Enables Change to Succeed? (Bob's Perspective) 12. Epilogue: Honoring Intentional Teaching Laurie's Gift Bonnie's Reflection Appendix: Additional Information About the Let Me Learn Process Glossary of Let Me Learn Terms References Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publisher's Summary
- The Let Me Learn(TM) (LML) process demonstrates how to understand your students' learning needs, styles, and preferences and teach to their strengths. The authors provide an inventory (not a test!) that enables students to articulate and understand their own needs as learners, and allows you to plan effective instruction. Suitable for all grade levels and abilities, the LML process: - Increases students' metacognitive skills as they identify and articulate their own learning patterns - Helps students with learning disabilities remain in the general education classroom - Promotes reflective teaching and intentional learning.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- 9781412951869 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 1412951860 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Browse related items
Start at call number: