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Teaching minds : how cognitive science can save our schools / Roger Schank.

By: Schank, Roger C.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York ; London : Teachers College Press, Columbia University, 2011Description: XVI, 223 str. : ilustr. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780807752661.Subject(s): učenje - kognitivni procesi | opća lingvistika | kognitivna znanost | kognitivna lingvistika | poučavanje stranog jezika škole | metodika nastave jezika
Contents:
Sadržaj: Preface ; Cognitive Process-Based Education ; Teaching Kids to Walk and Talk ; What Can't You Teach? ; Twelve Cognitive Processes That Underlie Learning ; Real-Life Learning Projects Considered ; A Socratic Dialogue ; Knowledge-Based Education vs. Process-Based Education ; New Curricula for a New Way of Teaching ; How to Teach the Twelve Cognitive Processes That Underlie Learning ; Defining Intelligence ; Restructuring the University ; How Not to Teach ; How the Best Universities Inadvertently Ruin Our Schools ; What Can We Do About It? ; Notes ; About the Author ; Bilješka o autoru: str. 223
Summary: From grade school to graduate school, from the poorest public institutions to the most affluent private ones, our educational system is failing students. In his provocative new book, cognitive scientist and bestselling author Roger Schank argues that class size, lack of parental involvement, and other commonly-cited factors have nothing to do with why students are not learning. The culprit is a system of subject-based instruction and the solution is cognitive-based learning. This groundbreaking book defines what it would mean to teach thinking. The time is now for schools to start teaching minds!
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Bibliografske bilješke: str. 221-222

Sadržaj: Preface ; Cognitive Process-Based Education ; Teaching Kids to Walk and Talk ; What Can't You Teach? ; Twelve Cognitive Processes That Underlie Learning ; Real-Life Learning Projects Considered ; A Socratic Dialogue ; Knowledge-Based Education vs. Process-Based Education ; New Curricula for a New Way of Teaching ; How to Teach the Twelve Cognitive Processes That Underlie Learning ; Defining Intelligence ; Restructuring the University ; How Not to Teach ; How the Best Universities Inadvertently Ruin Our Schools ; What Can We Do About It? ; Notes ; About the Author ; Bilješka o autoru: str. 223

From grade school to graduate school, from the poorest public institutions to the most affluent private ones, our educational system is failing students. In his provocative new book, cognitive scientist and bestselling author Roger Schank argues that class size, lack of parental involvement, and other commonly-cited factors have nothing to do with why students are not learning. The culprit is a system of subject-based instruction and the solution is cognitive-based learning. This groundbreaking book defines what it would mean to teach thinking. The time is now for schools to start teaching minds!

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