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How do you measure greatness in education? Neither the length of a vita nor the number of citations can tell the full story of an important figure like George Hillocks, Jr. The best way to understand his ideas and influence is to go inside classrooms where followers channel his passion for inquiry-based learning into dynamic language-arts lessons that support student success.
In Reflective Teaching, Reflective Learning twenty-one of Hillocks' former graduate students share how they apply his principles to encourage adolescents to become critically engaged readers, writers, and speakers. But far from a simple celebration of a master educator's work, Reflective Teaching, Reflective Learning describes specific, practical activities that create authentic, active learning through inquiry, meaningful peer interaction, and reflection. These activities can be put to immediate use as either additions to your existing lessons or as patterns for building new curricular and instructional models.
In an era when teachers face more pressures and scrutiny than ever, Reflective Teaching, Reflective Learning provides compelling testimony to what thoughtful, reflective language-arts teachers can accomplish. Read Reflective Teaching, Reflective Learning and discover that greatness in education is measured one student success at a time.
Preface by George Hillocks, Jr., What I've Tried to Teach My Students
An Introduction to Inquiry "At-risk" Students and the Use of Inquiry by Julianna Cucci and Jamie Kowalczyk Inquiry Versus Naive Relativism by Jeff Markham Writing Instruction Dialogue Folders: Creating Space to Engage Students in Conversation about Their Writing by Kevin Perks Inquiry, Dialogue, and the Teaching of Writing by Joseph Flanagan The Other Writing Process by Tim Pappageorge Discussion and Activity The Role of Play in Activity-Based Instruction by David A. Ragsdale and Peter Smagorinsky Engaging Students in Authentic Discussions of Literature by Larry R. Johannessen and Elizabeth Kahn It's Always Something: Planning for Sustained Discussion by Thomas M. McCann Literature Instruction Lessons from Chevys by Michael W. Smith Reading Level Guide by Declan Fitzpatrick Cultural Modeling in the Hillocks Tradition by Carol D. Lee Critically Thinking about Harry Potter by Joanne M. Marshall Inquiry, Learning, and Reflection Learning Strategies and Knowing Oneself by Kierstin Thompson and Jennifer Roloff Welch Increase the Peace by Steven Gevinson