Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT) inspire students and educators.
- Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching all focus on students' thinking skills.
- MELT are best used to scaffold thinking skill development in repeated use so that MELT become thinking routines for students.
- Engaged teachers are vital for this process, for MELT provides broad guidelines, but educators typically change the terminology to make MELT fluid and learning active.
This post is especially for you if you are attending the workshop at the Virtual Council on Undergraduate Research Biennial Conference, 1 July, 2020: 1.15pm-3.15 pm ET: Connecting curriculum-integrated research in Teacher Education to critical thinking, problem-solving, and teaching skills. The word document for the workshop can be downloaded before it starts Word doc for … Continue reading "Connecting curriculum-integrated research in Teacher Education to critical thinking, problem-solving, and teaching skills."
MELT, the Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching, has been published by Springer as Open Access. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-15-2683-1 In counting and Accounting, zoo visits and Zoology, single subjects and STEM, the Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching- or MELT for short- are for fluid, connected and sophisticated thinking early childhood to PhD. Maybe this is too … Continue reading "MELT, the open access Springer book"
Here are some resources for Facilitating the development of students who think critically & creatively, based on the Masterclass webinar run by School of Education, University of Adelaide, 15April, 2020 1. The Critical and Creative Thinking Brainstorm Critical_Creative_Thinking_Brainstorm 2. The webinar powerpoint with with audience contributions embedded Critical_Creative_Thinking15April202_audienceresponses 3. The recording of the 90 minute … Continue reading "Facilitating the development of students who think critically & creatively"