As you know, teaching others how to think is not a simple job. Thinking takes effort. Therefore, it needs to be taught overtly and explicitly, practised regularly, and recognised, encouraged and praised whenever it occurs.
Educational Consultant And Author
With 47 years experience in education, Eric Frangenheim is a well-respected educational consultant, author and presenter in Australia and New Zealand. His passion is to promote thinking in learning.
What do you say when asked: What is your teaching philosophy? What do you stand for?
We all know that in life we can’t stand for nothing, but we also can’t stand for everything! In my book, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies, I discuss ...
When we watch a film, read a book or go to a play, invariably something happens in the first 60-90 seconds to set the scene, create tension, expose a problem or state a purpose. In short, we are ‘hooked in’, we are invested, we want to know more....
Here’s why I love to teach lesson planning and team teaching sessions with motivated educators and vibrant students.
I recently completed three rewarding days running teacher workshops at Lighthouse Christian School in Rockhampton. This small (yet ...