Think like a Teacher

Think Like A Teacher |thingkˈlīkˈāˈtē ch ər|
(verb)

 

1. Understanding classroom material through analytic reasoning in preparation for tests.

  • Comprehending material beyond its format in homework assignments, with a wholeness that lends itself to the more complex questions teachers ask on tests.

2. Perceiving a teacher’s interest and perspectives on each subject unit in anticipation of essay or test questions and keeping organized notes accordingly.

  • Looking for themes within classroom handouts.
  • Searching through previous tests to understand patterns in the teacher’s questioning style.

3. Stretching the student’s comprehension of material inside and out to engage in a higher form of thinking through the problems.