Disrupting Thinking Why How We Read Matters (Book) : Beers, G. Kylene : "Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers. Disrupting Thinking is, at its heart, an exploration of how we help students become the reader who does so much more than decode, recall, or choose the correct answer from a multiple-choice list. Now, in Disrupting thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. This is a responsive reader who is aware of her feelings and thoughts as the text brings them forth. It suggests children to through a BHH strategy, identifying what the book is saying (B) what their head (H) is telling them what their heart (H) is telling them. ☺ I want all the teachers I know who have anything to do with the teaching of reading to read it. Their passion is contagious and evident in the pages. Now, in Disrupting Thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters is a book for the entire faculty. The problem, they suggest, is that we have... Read Full Overview While I wholeheartedly agree with and still use their strategies from 2012, I cannot say the same for their 2017 collaboration, Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters. Disrupting Thinking - Why How We Read Matters by Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst is one of the finest professional learning books I have read. I have always been a strong supporter of this, but...now I have more food for thought! Out Of Stock Top. Beers and Probst begin Disrupting Thinking with a quick story about a company called LittleMissMatched. For example, this book confirmed ideas I have (e.g. I always have time to read even in my busy time. It’s time we help students understand why how they read is so important,” explain Beers and Probst. 1" " Review"of!Disrupting!Thinking:!WhyHow!We!Read! A post with suggested dates to reply is listed for each week's reading. Now, in Disrupting thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on … With the focus on having students merely "extracting" information from texts, connecting readers to text has been lost and as a result, many readers don't feel like the texts apply to them. “ Disrupting Thinking is, at its heart, an exploration of how we help students become the reader who does so much more than decode, recall, or choose the correct answer from a … There is an anger in DT focused on the futility of teaching to the test, of focusing on extracting info from text instead of interacting with the message in a text. This book changed the way I think about the teaching of literature. I read what people wrote and thought about reading, slow but sure I understand the meaning of it and I try to apply it every time I read. Would be a great book to use with teachers who are ready for a change from whole class novels, whole class teaching. This is a must-listen intervi In an instant, exuberant hunger for the shared understandings that would disrupt our thinking stretched an expansive wing across Twittersphere (evidenced by an engaging conversation that exceeded the 1000 tweet storify limit). “ Disrupting Thinking is, at its heart, an exploration of how we help students become the reader who does so much more than decode, recall, or choose the correct answer from a multiple-choice list. I read what people wrote and thought about reading, slow but sure I understand the meaning of it and I try to apply it every time I read. Yes. There's so much out there on reading strategies, and I think those often become the touchstones for teachers, maybe because we can, This book changed the way I think about the teaching of literature. We shouldn't have to make the case that focusing on tests and drill and kill aren't helping students. Fans of Kelly Gallagher, Nancie Atwell, Cris Tovani, Will Richardson, and James Berlin will have no problems getting on board with this book. First, authors and educators Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst provide strategies that ask our students to disrupt their thinking while reading (making connections to the text more meaningful than answering proscribed questions or filling in a chart or Venn diagram), but, more importantly, they ask educators to disrupt their thinking—when it comes to how we instruct students in reading (and what we ultimately want them to get out of re. Now, in Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters, Beers and Probst show us the next steps to take and these next steps will cause you to say what I said as I finished the book, “Amen!” Disrupting Thinking shows you how to help your readers read more deeply, read more responsibly, and actually, just read more. This review could be really long, but I am going to keep it brief. Once we reframed the problem we began to understand why how kids read matters so very much. For further details on handling user data, see our Privacy Policy Ignore the disruption for a second. Disrupting Reading reintroduces the reading signposts, adding a new layer that helps readers see the book/reader/world connection. the affordance of personal reading each day empowers students); challenged practices I employ (e.g. I just wish they had written it sooner. Now, in Disrupting Thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. Hands-on-strategies make it applicable right away for the classroom teacher, and turn-and-talk discussion points make it a guidebook for school-wide conversations. FORMAT: Professional Book. For example, this book confirmed ideas I have (e.g. This is a must read for anyone who teaches reading or language arts, or anyone who assigns reading passages for homework, or ... well in short for anyone who reads! Sorry, can't recommend this book. We had the most amazing conversations about the book we were reading as a class. 1" " Review"of!Disrupting!Thinking:!WhyHow!We!Read! Ignore the disruption for a second. It's time we help students understand why how they read is so important," explain Beers and Probst. In their new book, Kylene Beers and Bob Probst articulate a problem that has long been the subject of discussions among colleagues in my school and beyond: too many of our students don’t read for the … First, authors and educators Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst provide strategies that ask our students to disrupt their thinking while reading (making connections to the text more meaningful than answering proscribed questions or filling in a chart or Venn diagram), but, more importantly, they ask educators to disrupt their thinking—when it comes to how we instruct students in reading (and what we ultimately want them to get out of reading instruction—hint: it’s not just fluency and vocabulary). I love reading. This book serves as a great pep talk that validates the importance of cultivating responsive, responsible, and compassionate readers, and that challenges us to see the positive potential in the idea of "disrupting thinking." LIST PRICE: 34.99 You Save 8.74 (25.0%) This item is NOT eligible for free shipping on books. It will give you hope for your students and hope for the future of Education.”, —JULIE STOVER, Reading Specialist, East York Elementary, York Suburban School District, “I sit here, having just finished Disrupting Thinking, and one word keeps running through my head, “Wow!” Perhaps that’s because in this book, Bob and Kylene do what they do best: they provide the very best mix of research, their real-life work in classrooms, and, their hallmark straight talk about the complex world of educating our most precious resource. Read, think, talk, change! Game changer for me! Well, even I love reading I don't even know the real meaning behind it. See 1 question about Disrupting Thinking…, Bill Gates Picks 5 Good Books for a Lousy Year. Well, I finished this book - I loved it! Disrupting Thinking Why How We Read Matters (Book) : Beers, G. Kylene : "In their hit books Notice and Note and Reading Nonfiction, Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers. Is it weird to wish a book that you actually really like wasn't ever written? [G Kylene Beers; Robert E Probst] -- "Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers. They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain disengaged and reluctant readers. Interest begets engagement, and Beers and Probst think that through well and offer practical ideas for encouraging it with the BHH discussion framework. I read this book as part of a professional development book study. I just wish they had written it sooner. I read the first 1-2 chapters of Disrupting Thinking the moment I got the shipment. Every once in a while, a professional development book comes along that hits the sweet spot of affirming what you already do and believe while challenging you to think in new ways and do more. Disrupting Thinking: Why HOW We Read Matters by Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst does just that. The meaning behind the title Disrupting Thinking is twofold. Now, in Disrupting Thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. I feel strongly this is the right order in which to read Beers & Probst. In their hit books Notice and Note and Reading Nonfiction, Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers.Now, in Disrupting Thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. Preach it, Kylene and Bob! Now, in Disrupting thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an … They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain … Professional Book 26.25 Add to Cart. Bill Gates, tech pioneer, co-founder of Microsoft, and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is an avid reader who people follow... To see what your friends thought of this book, Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters. Disrupting thinking : why how we read matters. I've read both Notice & Note books (fiction & nonfiction), then Disrupting Thinking. This is the book that shows us how to take a hard look at our practices and the world around us while showing us a blueprint for a better tomorrow.”, —MECHIEL ROZAS, Director of Secondary Literacy, Houston ISD, Out Of Stock Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters calls into question several common English classroom practices, including reading for supporting evidence, classroom discussions that revolve around answering questions, and the whole-class novel. “Disrupting Thinking is, at its heart, an exploration of how we help students become the reader who does so much more than decode, recall, or choose the correct answer from a multiple-choice list. I always have time to read even in my busy time. Rent or Buy Disrupting Thinking Why How We Read Matters - 9781338132908 by Beers, Kylene for as low as $10.81 at eCampus.com. Disrupting Thinking: Why HOW We Read Matters by Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst does just that. Paperback $ 31.49 $34.99 Save 10% Current price is $31.49, Original price is $34.99. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters calls into question several common English classroom practices, including reading for supporting evidence, classroom discussions that revolve around answering questions, and the whole-class novel. For some people maybe reading is an activity for pleasure after work or else but for me reading is kind of activity that help me change the way I am. The idea of disrupting our own thinking in order to bring about change and teaching "responsible" reading are just what we need in light of our current political and social climate. I’m glad I’m on the right track with what I’m trying in the ELA classroom, but I’ve still got a long way to go. It’s time we help students understand why how they read is so important,” explain Beers and Probst. Beers and Probst begin Disrupting Thinking with a quick story about a company called LittleMissMatched. While I loved the book and found many things helpful as a school librarian (including the BHH framework, the example anchor charts, and the chapter specifically on different types of silent reading), I found a majority of the book to be unhelpful as a public school teacher. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters. In many ways, reading a Beers and Probst book now is an exquisite torture...because I cannot use their books to inform my classroom, to try out their ideas, to become a better teacher and reach my students. Let's help our students learn not only to make themselves better and smarter people each day, but learn how to figure out how to make other things better as well. The focus of this interview is an engaging conversation about their new book, Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Think Matters, and how to help students become better readers.. So good! Beers and Prob. But I’ve gotten hooked by their current title: Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters. QUANTITY:-+ OUR PRICE: 26.25. The way I see around me. So many elements I want to implement. We still can make reading for pleasure even after we use the method that they give to us in here. I love reading. Beers and Probst advocate for conferencing with students about their books during this time as well); and changed the way I think about class discussions (e. g. I need to create more opportunities for studen. Journal!of!Language!and!Literacy!Education!Vol.!14!Issue!2—Fall!2018! They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain disengaged and reluctant readers. It's time we help students understand why how they read is so important,” explain Beers and Probst. Disrupting Thinking has been a refreshing reminder of all that educators should do with reading to help our students raise questions and become the flexible thinkers that will carry them past the standardized test and on into life. While I wholeheartedly agree with and still use their strategies from 2012, I cannot say the same for their 2017 collaboration, Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters. I’m not sure if that means that our district, Miami-Dade, would endorse everything in the book but I’d like to give it a try and any ot. I came to scholars Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst when I read their book Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading. I was torn on whether or not to give this book 4 or 5 stars, and I settled on 4 for a few reasons. In fact, they may long for even more specificity; there are not enough examples of how the philosophies and approaches in this book play out in a classroom environment. For some people maybe reading is an activity for pleasure after work or else but for me reading is kind of activity that help me change the way I am. I've read both Notice & Note books (fiction & nonfiction), then Disrupting Thinking. Can our students read a text and instead of answering questions about the protagonist, think about what they learned about humanity and human nature? Beers and Probst argue here that we are missing opportunities to engage readers with topics which can then act as a gateway into the text to aid in deeper analysis, but also to supply readers with topics that can ignite readers' passions to become more socially active, since that is also a goal of education-- to make better, more involved citizens. By clicking continue, your current session will end. Beers and Probst have written a career-altering book for any teacher but especially those who teach reading and any of the areas of English language arts. I agree that my submitted data is being collected and stored. Whatever sources that you read, don't forget to check it, ask it to yourself, ask it to your mind. A lot of things that we need to consider when we reading. This book shows us how to help students become the critical thinkers our nation needs them to be.”, “Kylene and Bob show up again, just when we need them most! I very much agree with this wonderfully honest and true book of teaching philosophy. The meaning behind the title Disrupting Thinking is twofold. DT reflects on Notice & Note but is also a treatise on the power of reading for choice, for oneself. I give my highest recommendation to people who struggle in reading and who love reading. Can they then extrapolate as to how real world issues will have an impact on real world people? In their hit books Notice and Note and Reading Nonfiction, Kylene Beers and Bob Probst showed teachers how to help students become close readers. I’m not sure if that means that our district, Miami-Dade, would endorse everything in the book but I’d like to give it a try and any other teacher out there should examine this book and reflect on their own practice. A must read for educators and administration. This book shows us how to help students become the critical thinkers our nation needs them to be." So let's start with what I'm loving about this book. Touches upon a lot of great thinking without going into minute detail. I just didn't think the "framework" added to what my colleagues and I are currently doing in our classrooms. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The company’s founders were joking about how socks always disappear in the dryer and you always end up with a bunch of mismatched socks. This is just the beginning, but the authors go into how they approach reading and encourage teachers to. Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Free shipping for many products! Voted #1 site for Buying Textbooks. We’d love your help. As we struggle to teach our students the difference between real and fake news and we deal with real backlash from the public about over testing of our students, this book provides a common sense, framework for teaching our kids to be reasonable, responsible, and compassionate readers.”, —SHAWN BIRD, ED.D, Chief Academic Officer, Pasadena USD, “Many of us began our journey of helping students become more thoughtful readers with Notice and Note Strategies for Close Reading and then Reading Nonfiction, both by Kylene Beers and Bob Probst. As a librarian I can use it as talking points with teachers but also in how I speak to students and my own kids about what they're reading. BHH Reading, in the book, in your head, and in your heart, is a marvelous framework. The examples given feature exchanges between 2-5 people at a time. Yes. Refresh and try again. With their hallmark humor and their appreciated practicality, Beers and Probst present a vision of what reading and what education across all the grades could be. I'm probably a hostile audience but I have the right to express my opinion. On this memorable evening, we launched a virtual style celebration of their phenomenal book, Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters (Scholastic). First of all, the book is beautifully put together. Well, even I love reading I don't even know the real meaning behind it. Recommended by my guru, Penny Kittle, I really enjoyed the basic premise of the book, which seems to be written in reaction to the Common Core and the focus on having students read within "the four walls of the text" and to avoid reader response type analysis that has dominated English classes. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters By Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst (Scholastic, 2017 – Learn more) Reviewed by Kevin Hodgson. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain disengaged … They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain disengaged and reluctant readers. As much as who we read — even more , I would say — it matters how we read. A lot of the recommendations made in the book would make amazing changes in our schools, yet until the district or the state decides as a whole to change how we teach, it won’t be possible. So excited that Stephanie from Scholastic reached out to me to review Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters by Kyleen Beers and Robert E. Probst. Beers and Probst have written a career-altering book for any teacher but especially those who teach reading and any of the areas of English language arts. Now, in Disrupting Thinking they take teachers a step further and discuss an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. Yes! They explain that all too often, no matter the strategy shared with students, too many students remain disengaged and reluctant readers. This book shows us how to help students become the critical thinkers our nation needs them to be." I’m in my 26th year of teaching and began reading this book after our school’s English department chair came back from a meeting where District personnel raved about it. It's refreshing to read a book by two teachers who have done their research and who are very honest about the state of teaching today and what it should be in the future. With the focus on having students merely "extracting" information from texts, connecting readers to text has been lost and as a result, many readers don't feel like the texts apply to them. However, for me, as school librarian, it does lead me to some conundrums; and just like when I listened to Mr. Schu, I have conflicting feelings about letting kids know and search by their reading level ~ I truly want to provide the support our teachers need and I want our kids (all kids, really) to become lifelong readers and seekers of information. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Love the focus on engagement, response, and joy here — students need to enjoy reading and talk about reading to want to keep reading. I imagine this might be too disruptive a message for some, I enjoyed it and encouraged me to present reading to my children. As much as who we read — even more , I would say — it matters how we read. I’m in my 26th year of teaching and began reading this book after our school’s English department chair came back from a meeting where District personnel raved about it. I firmly believe that our school is close to using/creating “disruptive next practices”, rather than just relying on someone else’s “best practices”; and that it will lead to more innovation and more successful students. So good! Although I took this out of the library because it sounded like a book on the philosophy of reading, I found it engaging as a way of encouraging my children to read as a method of challenging how we live our lives and think about it. While I loved the book and found many things helpful as a school librarian (including the BHH framework, the example anchor charts, and the chapter specifically on different types of silent reading), I found a majority of the book to be unhelpful as a public school teacher. I feel strongly this is the right order in which to read Beers & Probst. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters Beers, Kylene, Robert E. Probst Paperback Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching Strategies) Apr 1 2017 Edition: ISBN: 9781338132908 Description: Used - Very Good Very Good condition. For example, Notice and Note shows how readers can be taught to recognize when a character has an “a-ha” moment and get them thinking about what that signifies to the character/plot/theme. In this episode, Kelly interviews two of the most influential and most recognized names in the research and application of reading instruction, Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst. Start by marking “Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters” as Want to Read: Error rating book. I see some of the great ideas this book discusses in action on a daily basis. When you find a book that your reading ideologies just about perfectly line up to my favorite quote regarding turning every book into a project, summary, or test: I got this book through my school district. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters By Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst (Scholastic, 2017 – Learn more) Reviewed by Kevin Hodgson. Disrupting Thinking - Why How We Read Matters by Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst is one of the finest professional learning books I have read. And now, a second conundrum is thinking about whether or not “classroom reads” do more harm than good, and how we can assure the latter. I decided to try some of the questioning techniques in my classroom the very next day. I firmly believe that our school is close to using/creating “disruptive next practices”, rather than just relying on someone else’s “best practices”; and that it will lead to more innovation and more successful students. Professional Book 26.25. Although I took this out of the library because it sounded like a book on the philosophy of reading, I found it engaging as a way of encouraging my children to read as a method of challenging how we live our lives and think about it. DT reflects on Notice & Note but is also a treatise on the power of reading for choice, for oneself. Disrupting Thinking discusses an on-going problem: lack of engagement with reading. TM ® & © 2020 Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. It's a healthy mix of reminders and news ways of thinking and doing. Beers and Probst advocate for conferencing with students about their books during this time as well); and changed the way I think about class discussions (e. g. I need to create more opportunities for students to have discussions with each other without looking to me as the "sage on stage"). It is full of ideas, and challenged assumptions I held and has led me to information I know I will use to share with colleagues and parents this upcoming year. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters 176. by Kylene Beers, Robert E. Probst, Robert Probst | Editorial Reviews. "Disrupting Thinking is, at its heart, an exploration of how we help students become the reader who does so much more than decode, recall, or choose the correct answer from a multiple-choice list. Making students inquisitive, compassionate, thoughtful, empathetic, skilled in forming their own questions and finding the answers is not only more authentic to the way that humans enjoy to learn, but it's also more authentic to how we need to be as adults. Everybody can have their opinion about reading and I like to hear it from them as soon as possible. What authors do here is extraordinary. reading the majority of the time my students read during silent reading. Email me when back in stock. reading the majority of the time my students read during silent reading. Beers and Probst once again provide a motivating and empowering professional book to guide our work. Disrupting Thinking: Why How We Read Matters quantity. 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