How to help students think independently

11/24/2013 | Edutopia.org

Teachers can use three strategies to promote independent thinking among students, writes Margaret Regan, teacher and founder of Martha's Vineyard Master Teaching Institute in Massachusetts. Her strategies include sequencing instruction, which helps students cultivate a sense of discovery; recovery from mistakes, which sets students up to continue learning; and setting purposeful goals.

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