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by William C. Bruce

eBook Mindtronics! and Inquiry Alive! download ISBN: 0970480156
Author: William C. Bruce
Publisher: Home Tree Media (August 14, 2009)
Language: English
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Mindtronics! And Inquiry Alive! book.

Mindtronics! And Inquiry Alive! book.

Mindtronics and Inquiry Alive, two books on one CD, have quietly achieved a leading place in. .Mind-Emotion Friendly. The classroom-proven strategies in Mindtronics and Inquiry Alive enable the teacher to revise the instructive materials for students as new learning evolves

Mindtronics and Inquiry Alive, two books on one CD, have quietly achieved a leading place in the global field of discrepant event inquiry as a resource for teachers and students. The books provide their highest value as teachers learn to write their own mystery-motivating discrepant event narratives. Detective Technology. The classroom-proven strategies in Mindtronics and Inquiry Alive enable the teacher to revise the instructive materials for students as new learning evolves. Used as a leadership guide for today's classrooms, the books accentuate teaching that's mind-emotion friendly.

Start by marking Mindtronics: Science, Social Studies, Inquiry Alive! as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Bill graduated from Troy State College, and Auburn University. We write books, mostly discrepant event lessons for teachers. I publish, write, cook, and love organic gardening. All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them. - Galileo Galilei, astronomer. Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance. - Will Durant, writer and historian.

Mindtronics and Inquiry Alive, Solving the high-stakes testing problem. Professor William C. Bruce and Jean K. Bruce’s book Mindtronics remains the consummate leader in discrepant event inquiry. a more meaningful form of learning. The trademark principle of the Bruce’s book is: learning and teaching through discrepant events. In addition, timeless discrepant event lessons help teachers and learners, worldwide, find fun and exhilaration even in dull or monotonous topics. The lessons in Mindtronics become relevant on a daily basis.

Professor William C. Bruce talks about discrepant events in an up coming series of video podcasts

Professor William C. Bruce talks about discrepant events in an up coming series of video podcasts. Professor Bruce has literally written the book on discrepant events: Mindtronics! and Inquiry Alive! Every day, teachers and people in the business world ask professor Bruce, "What's a discrepant event? Can I use the discrepant event method in any discipline, any class, with all kinds of students? How do discrepant events make people better problem solvers?"

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Rock your students' world with secrets.

Higher Order Thinking. Closet skeletons. For you, what worth do those ideas hold for instructional value?

Crime scene investigation. Lessons using crime scene investigation-like activities catch and hold interest. Students make great detectives. They practice the qualities it takes to solve problems.

Follow evidence. Your students know how to follow evidence?

Encourage, yes, a sense of humor. Uncovering answers together often will bring up funny situations.

Encourage adventure. Isn't adventure our main Life outcome? Embrace the journey.

Enjoy. Use evidence-based discrepant event inquiry lessons to enjoy teaching and learning.

Student attention. Are your students interested in covert operations? Covert operations need evidence-based information. Discrepant event inquiry lessons will tap into puzzling information.

INQUIRY ALIVE offers detailed plans. You turn average lessons, spoon-feeding-lessons, into astonishing inquiry lessons through discrepant events.

MINDTRONICS contains 100+ lessons. Use today. Bring learning from an unexplained account (discrepant event story).

Fact gathering of detail, debate, questioning, clarification, and brainstorming, what do they do? Answer: Ignite learning. You see, then: your learners will favor deeper topic understanding.

Follow clues. Let your students unearth clues. Discrepant event inquiry learners seldom get blinded by suspicions. They learn how to follow discerning clues.

A clue to clues. Ambiguity. Clues and ambiguity drive the momentum to naturally, logically, solve a (problem) discrepancy

Cognitive dissonance and agreement. The two books' examples and exercises give your students an advantage they need to commit to and welcome inquiry learning.

Lessons in MINDTRONICS improve your students' position to quickly evolve from non-diagnostic thinking to diagnostic thinking efficiency. Your students learn to execute highly specific critical thinking tasks.

Use resources, use cooperative ideas, and supportive analysis and what do you get? Students go from assumptions, to data explanations, to insight, to productive conclusions.

Reasoning conflict. Agreement. The two books' examples help change cognitive conflict to understanding. Students get excited. Bank on it. They want to find answers. Watch them obtain clearly defined ways to apply inquiry lessons and subject issues from nearly any topic, with conflict and reasoning.

Wished-for learning.Methods of learning, in the two books, support teachers and students as they bring student-centered Life to the most arcane of events or issues.

Non-readers. Yes! Watch your non-reading students work Inquiry evidence! With this inquiry method, almost any student grasps how to examine, consider, and probe, when given evidence-based, discrepant event information.

Cool-quiry! Students named their inquiry lessons, cool-quiry. To students, it's cool to know it's safe, here, to ask questions and form new views. They relate to what's real. Try to discover practical details about any unknown question. What happens? You often want to know more about questions and answers.

Therapy? Eye-opening inquiry often acts with therapeutic benefits. By using the interactive cognitive methods students shape and sharpen their organized thought. Students carry familiar ways to explore information; that knowledge, added to your group teamwork, to gather scientific investigation, brings real self-awareness and self-belief. Self-awareness and self-belief works similar to group therapy given to at-risk children and adults.

Comments: (6)
Todal
Some good resources, but not worth the money. Most of the links do not work. The discrepant events are ok. The text Inquiry Alive comes as part of the purchase, but the writing feels disjointed and is tough to follow. Overall really disappointed.
Ericaz
I read Dr. Bruce's other inquiry books after my major professor used a discrepant event inquiry, "The Samurai Crab," in class from Mindtronics: Science, Social Studies Inquiry Alive! I loved the discrepant events, but never got a chance to practice inquiry teaching. Thanks to the latest edition, I use Mindtronics! and Inquiry Alive! in my classroom nearly every day. When I first started teaching with inquiry, it was a lot harder than I thought it would be, yet it's incredibly worthwhile! Dr. Bruce's books, I thought at first, were too confident, nervy really, that students, my students, from all backgrounds and with different learning abilities, could learn any topic using inquiry skills, but my students have proven him right. A Japanese teacher, while vacationing, asked me if I thought the inquiries were too liberal and too political. I thought they were impartial. The Japanese teacher told me that she used the inquiries about Japan. She told me that she knew a teacher in Texas who knew Dr. Bruce, and said his books had too much to do with evolution, and she would never read another book by Dr. Bruce. I found fault only with the typos that the book claims as pdf errors. I never thought I would like a so-called ebook, but I now have a thing about being able to quickly find a page, and enlarge the print. I thought I was an experienced teacher beyond the need for a textbook by some old timer Texas professor, except now I have a deeper understanding about how to interest my students in even the mind-numbing subjects, as a result of not giving up on inquiry, and Mindtronics! and Inquiry Alive!
Also recommended: The Dimensional Thinker, by Dr. Bruce.
Kage
In the mid eighties I first came across the strategy known as discrepant event inquiry in a book by William and Jean Bruce. Discrepant Event Inquiry is a teaching strategy built around intellectual confrontation. From my senior high government and economic classes to my current seventh grade history classes, it is one of the most motivational teaching strategies that I have ever used.
In this strategy, the teacher presents students with a puzzling, paradoxical, or discrepant event/story at the beginning of a lesson. Students ask questions, pose hypotheses, analyze and synthesize information, and draw tentative conclusions while attempting to find an answer to the puzzle. By engaging students in hypothesizing and working together to solve a puzzle, inquiry serves as a strategy for higher order thinking as well as an excellent means of investing student in the content to come. Inquiry is used in order to motivate students to begin thinking about a new unit, idea, or concept that you will be dealing with in your lesson.
Discrepant-event inquiry is a natural for social studies, history and science classes. Mindtronics contains descriptions of the strategy and 100 inquiries in the social sciences, history, and science. As teachers know, the Internet provides a new and unlimited opportunity for gathering information for lessons. Mindtronics contains live links to dozens of Internet sites for each discrepant event inquiry.
With the 100 inquiries, the live links, and the clear description of the strategy, Mindtronics is an excellent and important resource for the social studies and science teacher.
Michael M. Yell
1998 National Social Studies Teacher of the Year
National Board Certified Teacher
Sironynyr
I am a former student of Dr. Bruce and by accident read Mindtronics! and Inquiry Alive! in preparation and review before my class was to do an in-class model of discrepant event. I thought Dr. Bruce was a little out there until I began to read the book... I realized that this man is not only brilliant - but he is a gifted and wonderful teacher - heart and soul. The ideas that are presented in this book are "out of the box" and they are not the same old boring teaching that all of us have encountered in the public schools. If you want to engage children, challenge them, and get them thinking critically then you will want to read this book and explore for yourself the ideas and models that Dr. Bruce and his wife share in this enlightening and revolutionary book. It is a resource that all school teachers and even parents should have and to use with children. It has the capablility to help an ordinary teacher become an extraordinary teacher.
Vit
This CD-Rom has become the most important tool for my classroom. I am an Abydos teacher, and the Discrepant Inquiry Model fits well within the Abydos framework. I cannot imagine how I taught before the DEI model. My students are excited and motivated and becoming very open-minded. In English and Journalism, it is more important to teach the students to ask questions rather than to get answers. The DEI model makes that possible and fluid in the classroom!
Maucage
This book offers incredible insight and you will not be disappointed. You will love the perspective and insight that you receive throughout the book.