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Teacher Modeling Mindset
Teacher Modeling Mindset is social emotional development support strategy in which teachers use modeling rather than telling to illustrate appropriate attitudes, problem-solving and behavior. To effectively facilitate Teacher Modeling Mindset, the teacher acts as a keen observer, attentive to students’ interactions, while monitoring students’ behaviors and exchanges. As opportunities arise,
A think aloud is an interactive process in which the teacher shares her internal cognitive thinking process aloud as a way to support and scaffold various reading comprehension strategies such as summarizing, retelling, asking questions and making connections (e.g. text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world). As the teacher is reading a text aloud,
Teacher Modeling Academic Task
Teacher modeling includes explicit instruction on how to complete a task. When tasks are modeled, students learn by multi-sensory observation. Students observe the teacher thinking aloud (Think Aloud) while attempting to complete the skills required to complete the task.
Exemplars are models of completed assignments that provide students with a concrete representation of what the project requires. Teachers can create their own exemplars or feature student work. Exemplars can be used to model the desired format and organization of a project, show the end result of a long-term assignment,