Super Skills for Students
This book provides many practical strategies for people, especially students, to learn more efficiently and effectively. Based on the work of Dr. Win Wenger, renowned pioneer, researcher, and teacher... More > in the fields of accelerated learning and creative problem-solving, these techniques can be of invaluable assistance for increased excellence in writing essays, taking notes, absorbing information, preparing for tests, and many other intellectual endeavors.< Less
Dynamic Teaching is a guide to effective group management techniques and to modern Socratic Method. It is based on three fundamental principles: First, people mostly learn by relating information to... More > their prior experience and the contexts they have already built. Second, anything you describe in detail, while examining it closely, you discover more and more about. And third, you get more of what you reinforce.
When put into practice, these three principles achieve the original purpose of the Socratic Method, a method used to get people to examine their perceptions and to describe what they discover in order to learn. In Dynamic Teaching, a process called a buzz group integrates all three principles. The goal of buzz groups is to ensure that the class achieves your goal and that your students fully understand your points from their perspective.< Less
The Creative Problem-Solving Tool Kit
- 20 Ways to be more creative
- How to use sensory imagery to solve any type of problem
- How to get answers while you sleep
- How to access your 24x7 solution giving image stream
- How... More > to access what any genius knows
- Techniques that have been used to solve personal and financial problems as well as to write and edit books, to develop successful sales presentations and to come up with ideas for inventions and much, much more.< Less
3 Easy tactics to use in your classroom
Right here and now, in this little book, are the instructions for three simple tactics. Their use has been quite remarkably shown to make everyone in education much, much happier: teachers, students,... More > parents, and performance evaluators. They are:
• Instant Replay tactic for reviews.
• The Highlighter Question tactic, wherein the teacher can productively pause and gain needed respite.
• The Planned Question tactic for in-depth issues.
Above all, these tactics start where classroom improvements need to start if they are to advance very far: they make classroom teaching profoundly easier for the teacher, not only more effective.< Less