Why "think-aloud" is a successful teaching practice

08/1/2013 | Edutopia.org

Modeling the thought processes for learning through the "think-aloud" strategy -- for example, sharing with students how you organize your thoughts for writing -- is an old but effective teaching strategy, transformational leadership coach Elena Aguilar writes in this blog post. "It's about making our thinking transparent for kids, the steps we take to figure something out, and the ways in which our actions flow from this thinking," she writes.

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