Infographic illustrating the 6 types of Socratic Question to stimulate critical thinking. http://www.jamesbowman.me/post/socratic-questions-revisited/

Challenging misconceptions, negative thought processes & habitual distorted thinking patterns through "Critical thinking" based upon Socrates' basic philosophical questions. Also known as Challenging Perceptions in therapy & coaching.

The Socratic practice has proven to be one the most innovative and disruptive technique of learning. Since its early beginnings it has empowered people to express and synthesize their own ideas, especially in the way every individual envisions the world. Michael Strong explains this visionary educational method through his own experience as a teacher.

Michael Strong is the Chief Visionary Officer of FLOW, Inc. He is also the author of "The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice".

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How I learned to stop being afraid of socratic seminars.  Great for middle school and high school teachers.

The Easy Way to Do Socratic Seminars in Your Classroom

Captain Awesome How I learned to stop being afraid of socratic seminars. Great for middle school and high school teachers.

Try the hottest approach to math group work and differentiated work for diverse learners! Students form Socratic Circles in order to promote higher level thinking, differentiated discussions, and questioning techniques. The Socratic Method also allows students to learn from one another in multiple ways. Perfect topic review for State Tests. Packet topic: Place Value, Addition, Subtraction Common Core Standards included. Answer Key included.

Place Value Socratic Circles for Diverse Mathematical Learners (4th Grade)

Try the hottest approach to math group work and differentiated work for diverse learners! Students form Socratic Circles in order to promote higher level thinking, differentiated discussions, and questioning techniques. The Socratic Method also allows stu

#Education While many teachers use Socratic Circles or Seminars as a way to engage their students in higher order thinking skills, they do not teach the actual Socratic dialogues as they are difficult to teach to Middle School or High School students. This unit takes a small section of Plato’s APOLOGY and makes it accessible to younger students. This is a self-contained unit on The Socratic Method or dialectics (widely used in Colleges, Universities, and Law Schools). (GRADES 7+) $

Socratic Method - Dialectics - GOOGLE SLIDES

While many teachers use Socratic Circles or Seminars as a way to engage their students in higher order thinking skills, they do not teach the actual Socratic dialogues as they are difficult to teach to Middle School or High School students. This unit take

How to do a Socratic Seminar FREE Instructions. Directions for a Fishbowl Socratic Seminar, Philosophical Charis, Whole Class Discussion and Socratic Circles using the Socratic method! Perfect for the Secondary English Language Arts Classroom! Click to find out more.

How to do a Socratic Seminar FREE Instructions. Directions for a Fishbowl Socratic Seminar, Philosophical Charis, Whole Class Discussion and Socratic Circles using the Socratic method! Perfect for the Secondary English Language Arts Classroom! Click to find out more.

The Lorax: An Introduction to Socratic Seminars

The Lorax: An Introduction to Socratic Seminars

Do you want to start doing Socratic seminars in your classroom? "The Lorax" Socratic Seminar is a perfect way to introduce the Socratic method to y.

Fifth to Kindergarten: Socratic Seminars

Well, this is more of a upper elementary oriented post, although I am for sure going to try and adapt this method with my Kinders someho.

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