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📒Critical Thinking Skills ✍ Stella Cottrell
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📒Teaching Critical Thinking Skills ✍ Mal Leicester
✏Teaching Critical Thinking Skills Book Summary : Learning how to be critical and how to think for oneself are vital elements of becoming an independent learner. Critical thinking could be thought of as a tool box of skills which enables us to think more deeply, clearly and logically about our beliefs; providing a platform for making sound and valid decisions. Not only will this book help you to develop your students, but it will also further develop your own critical thinking. Each chapter contains an illustrative story to help apply the abstract ideas, such as rational thought and moral and ethical reflection, to concrete, everyday situations. There is also a complete children's story at the end of the book to help you introduce philosophy to children. This book explains the essential elements of critical thinking and why it is integral to the lifelong process of becoming educated.
📒Teaching Students Thinking Skills And Strategies ✍ Dorothy Howie
✏Teaching Students Thinking Skills and Strategies Book Summary : Developing the ability to think is a major part of education, which helps students become independent learners and participate fully in a learning environment. This book sets out the theory and outlines a model for implementing the teaching of thinking at whole-school, group and individual levels in inclusive settings. The model uses a three-tier approach to ensure that all learners are included: teaching thinking for all, which takes into account common needs; working with small groups, for those with exceptional needs such as learning difficulties or high ability; and addressing individualised learning needs, including those with a complex disability. The book covers key approaches to the teaching of thinking, giving examples of how each can best be used at each tier level. It also addresses the impact of different social contexts, cultures and environmental surroundings on learning. This book will be essential reading for all members of school communities, including education leaders and teachers. Educational psychologists, special educational needs co-ordinators, speech and language therapists, and those with particular interest in educating children who are vulnerable, from disadvantaged backgrounds, and from culturally different backgrounds, will find much of value in this book.
📒Effective Thinking Skills ✍ Richard Nelson-Jones
✏Effective Thinking Skills Book Summary : Richard Nelson-Jones' analysis of self-management and decision-making is, quite simply, excellent I recommend this book very highly indeed' - "Australian Institute of Management Review " This book is for people who wish to think more effectively about their personal problems and business decisions. It shows how happiness and professional success can be achieved through effective personal decision-making. It will prove particularly useful for those in management situations - at whatever level - and those who wish to reap the personal benefits of clear thinking.
📒Higher Order Thinking Skills To Develop 21st Century Learners ✍ Wendy Conklin
✏Higher Order Thinking Skills to Develop 21st Century Learners Book Summary : Uses practical and research-based approaches to improve students' higher-order thinking skills and includes strategies for differentiating higher-order thinking skills and developing them in English language learners.
📒How To Assess Higher Order Thinking Skills In Your Classroom ✍ Susan M. Brookhart
✏How to Assess Higher order Thinking Skills in Your Classroom Book Summary : Educators know it's important to get students to engage in "higher-order thinking." But what does higher-order thinking actually look like? And how can K-12 classroom teachers assess it across the disciplines? Author, consultant, and former classroom teacher Susan M. Brookhart answers these questions and more in this straightforward, practical guide to assessment that can help teachers determine if students are actually displaying the kind of complex thinking that current content standards emphasize. Brookhart begins by laying out principles for assessment in general and for assessment of higher-order thinking in particular. She then defines and describes aspects of higher-order thinking according to the categories established in leading taxonomies, giving specific guidance on how to assess students in the following areas: * Analysis, evaluation, and creation * Logic and reasoning * Judgment * Problem solving * Creativity and creative thinking Examples drawn from the National Assessment of Educational Progress and from actual classroom teachers include multiple-choice items, constructed-response (essay) items, and performance assessment tasks. Readers will learn how to use formative assessment to improve student work and then use summative assessment for grading or scoring. Aimed at elementary, middle, and high school teachers in all subject areas, How to Assess Higher-Order Thinking Skills in Your Classroom provides essential background, sound advice, and thoughtful insight into an area of increasing importance for the success of students in the classroom--and in life.
📒The Thoughtful Teacher S Guide To Thinking Skills ✍ Gary A. Woditsch
✏The Thoughtful Teacher s Guide to Thinking Skills Book Summary : From the vantage of new cognitive theory, this book manages to integrate the thinking skill mission across the full range of formal instruction, from K through graduate school. It explores and prioritizes thinking skill aims at each instructional level, and then details how classroom practice can adjust to achieve those aims. This guide leads to solid ground, perspective and technique for the individual teacher at any level who wants to enhance thinking skill development. It will prove indispensable to those planning curriculum with a thinking skill emphasis.
✏Thinking Skills in the Primary Classroom Book Summary :
✏Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in Government Economics and Contemporary World Issues Book Summary : Presents over 150 primary source Web sites in political science, social science, and economics.
📒Higher Order Thinking Skills ✍ R. Bruce Williams
✏Higher Order Thinking Skills Book Summary : Explicit instruction in thinking skills must be a priority goal of all teachers. In this book, the author presents a framework of the five Rs: Relevancy, Richness, Relatedness, Rigor, and Recursiveness. The framework serves to illuminate instruction in critical and creative thinking skills for K-12 teachers across content areas.Each chapter treats one category of thinking skills. A chapter begins with a brief anecdote that illustrates the category, then discusses the skill, presents relevant life questions, and concludes by examining chosen strategies for the three thinking levels.