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The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars…

The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice

by Michael Strong

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El diálogo socrático es una de las técnicas de discusión, conversación y aprendizaje más interesantes en que he participado. En ellas, el participante tendrá la oportunidad de escuchar postulados, descubrirá definiciones, buscará la verdad y alcanzará consensos. Durante un diálogo socrático la capacidad de análisis y el esfuerzo mental de los participantes será una condición imprescindible para ganar. La obra de Michael Strong explora las interioridades de la estructura del diálogo socrático, sugiere conocernos y explorar el mundo filosófico de la búsqueda de la felicidad. Recomendable para todos aquellos que disfrutan de pensar y creen, como Sócrates, que aún no saben nada.

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Teach students to think for themselves. The Habit of Thought describes the theory, practice, and vision of Socratic Practice, a novel and increasingly widespread approach to classroom instruction. In this series of thought-provoking essays, Strong argues that Socratic Practice fosters a culture of learning in the classroom and ultimately helps young people to become mature independent thinkers. The issues discussed range from the philosophical (intellectual dialogue and integrity) to the practical (classroom models and evaluation rubrics). This book is an essential resource for educators seeking to prepare their students for the challenges of the 21st century.

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