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- Teachers' College Press
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- 227 g
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Protocols in the Classroom
Tools to Help Students Read, Write, Think, and Collaborate329
For nearly two decades, Looking Together at Student Work and The Power of Protocols have sustained educators in their professional learning. Protocols in the Classroom expands the scope of those books from teachers' professional learning to include students' learning, providing teachers with the tools they need to use discussion protocols to support students in developing crucial skills and habits as readers, writers, critical thinkers, and active participants within the classroom community. For each protocol the authors provide a clear set of steps, tips for teachers and students in facilitating the protocol, and a story of a teacher using the protocol with students. The book is filled with resources for getting started using protocols with students, as well as for deepening the use of protocols over time. It also relates protocols to other strategies for supporting students' learning, including Accountable Talk, Thinking Routines, and Socratic seminars. The authors describe how protocols contribute to a schoolwide culture of discussion, inquiry, and reflection.
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The book has something for everyone, regardless of their amount of experience in the classroom. It introduces concepts and strategies that will help facilitate classroom discussions and activities that are transparent, collaborative, and aimed at cultivating skills and knowledge that go beyond course content. --Teachers College Record Protocols in the Classroom effectively describes the preparation and implementation of eleven different protocols in classroom instruction. As a handbook, it succeeds in quickly conveying the important steps in employing different protocols... a helpful introductory text --The Wabash Center Journal on Teaching
David Allen is an associate professor at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York. Tina Blythe is a researcher at Harvard Project Zero and consults for schools and organizations around the world. Alan Dichter is the director of the CUNY Affinity Team, providing leadership and instructional professional development for New York City public schools. Terra Lynch is a learning specialist in Austin, Texas, and a professional development consultant for Metro Learning Communities at New York University.