Teaching for Successful Intelligence : To Increase Student Learning and Achievement.

Provides 40 research-based, illustrated lessons and demonstrates how to design units that help students apply analytical, creative, and practical thinking skills to solve problems and make decisions.

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Main Author: Sternberg, Robert J.
Other Authors: Grigorenko, Elena L.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, 2007.
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520 |a Provides 40 research-based, illustrated lessons and demonstrates how to design units that help students apply analytical, creative, and practical thinking skills to solve problems and make decisions. 
505 0 |a Cover -- Contents -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Introduction -- Why Teach for Successful Intelligence? -- Who is This Book For? -- How is This Book Arranged? -- About the Authors -- Part I -- Understanding Successful Intelligence -- Chapter 1 -- What is Successful Intelligence? -- A Grizzly Bear's Lunch -- Defining Successful Intelligence -- The Triarchy of Thinking Abilities -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2 -- Examining the Theory of Successful Intelligence -- Does Successful Intelligence Work in the Classroom? -- Why are Conventional Notions of Intelligence Still Prevalent? -- Chapter 3 -- Successful Intelligence in Life and in School -- Successful Intelligence in Life: The Changing Demands of the Larger World -- Successful Intelligence in School: Giving Everybody a Fair Chance -- Part II -- Building Successful Intelligence Abilities -- Chapter 4 -- Teaching for Analytical Thinking -- Problem Solving -- Lesson 1: Identify the Problem -- Lesson 2: Allocate Resources -- Lesson 3: Represent and Organize Information -- Lesson 4: Formulate a Strategy -- Lesson 5: Monitor Problem-Solving Strategies -- Lesson 6: Evaluate Solutions -- Lesson 7: Additional Prompts for Analytical Thinking -- Chapter 5 -- Teaching for Creative Thinking -- The Investment View of Creativity: Buying Low and Selling High -- Balancing Analytical, Creative, and Practical Abilities -- Lesson 8: Redefine the Problem -- Lesson 9: Question and Analyze Assumptions -- Lesson 10: Sell Creative Ideas -- Lesson 11: Generate Ideas -- Lesson 12: Recognize the Two Faces of Knowledge -- Lesson 13: Identify and Surmount Obstacles -- Lesson 14: Take Sensible Risks -- Lesson 15: Tolerate Ambiguity -- Lesson 16: Build Self-Efficacy -- Lesson 17: Uncover True Interests -- Lesson 18: Delay Gratification -- Lesson 19: Model Creativity -- Lesson 20: Additional Prompts for Creative Thinking. 
505 8 |a Chapter 6 -- Teaching for Practical Thinking -- Lesson 21: Become Motivated -- Lesson 22: Control Impulses -- Lesson 23: Persevere, but Don't Perseverate -- Lesson 24: Use the Right Abilities -- Lesson 25: Act on a Plan -- Lesson 26: Become Oriented to the Product -- Lesson 27: Complete Tasks -- Lesson 28: Make a Commitment -- Lesson 29: Take a Risk -- Lesson 30: Don't Procrastinate -- Lesson 31: Assign Responsibility -- Lesson 32: Manage Self-Pity -- Lesson 33: Be Independent -- Lesson 34: Handle Personal Difficulties -- Lesson 35: Concentrate -- Lesson 36: Schedule Accordingly -- Lesson 37: Set Priorities -- Lesson 38: Balance Thinking Skills -- Lesson 39: Develop Self-Confidence -- Lesson 40: Additional Prompts for Practical Thinking -- Part III -- Developing Successful Intelligence Units -- Chapter 7 -- Framing Triarchic Instruction and Assessment Units -- The Nuts and Bolts of TIA -- What TIA Means -- What TIA Does Not Mean -- The Structure of TIA Units -- Pre-TIA Activities -- Designing a TIA Unit -- Implementing TIA -- Chapter 8 -- Putting it all together: A Comprehensive Illustration of Lessons for Teaching for Successful Intelligence -- Introduction to the Unit -- Unit Lesson 1: Introduction -- Unit Lesson 2: Analytical -- Unit Lesson 3: Practical -- Unit Lesson 4: Creative -- Unit Homework -- Unit Assessment -- Conclusion -- Resource: Grade Level Activities -- References -- Index. 
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