A Teacher’s Guide Empower Your Children by Thomas Rowley, Ph.D.
Not enough time to coordinate the material and teach your class too? This guide has ready to use tools that save time for teachers and home school parents.
It only takes a few minutes of thoughtful, organized, preparation to increase student engagement and create a positive learning experience. The lesson plans spell out the steps for you. “Dr Tom” as he is known to his university students, applied his decades of teaching and adult training to carefully design the lesson plan outlines. They include a self-analysis feedback mechanism to continually improve subsequent presentations.
build student’s critical thinking skills casually by asking questions
increase student interest by explaining the linkage to their other classwork
explain how these key skills that will positively impact their daily lives
show them how to engage in informed, vigorous, and polite discussion.
This guide enables the teacher to devote their talents to help students learn how to learn not what to learn. Build their habit of evaluation of the sources of information and become respectful skeptics.
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Dr Rowley is a veteran, a former university professor, an entrepreneur and semi-retired CPA. He is a business problem solver using his academic and business experience to help small business find and implement solutions. A skilled researcher, he has published academic and practical articles related to interactions between people and technology.
He identified potential solutions to the decline in public education and acceptance of the woke/ cancel culture using disclosures from insiders in higher education. He concluded parents and teachers need to demonstrate by example and train their children to think for themselves by asking basic critical thinking questions. He created A Teacher’s Guide to provide an outline to implement his solution in the classroom.