How to model the learning process for students

03/21/2013 | Edutopia.org

Showing students by demonstrating your thinking process in figuring out how to solve a problem will help them learn better than simply telling them how to do it, educator Karen Lea writes in this blog post. Lea offers two examples of reading lessons for fourth and sixth grades to describe how to model for students. "It is the teacher doing while involving the students in the thinking, the doing and all aspects of the process," Lea writes.

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