Resources for thinking skills

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thinkwell: innovation and excellence Two Thinking Skills Taxonomies Two ways of classifying thinking skills that stimulate thinking about the different ways we think and how these different ways relate to each other, the relative degree of difficulty associated with different types of thinking, and how the different types of thinking relate to types of learning activities in the classroom and workshop. Download the Article

 

 

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thinkwell: innovation and excellence Thinking Skills & Dispositions Debriefing Bricks - Activity Sheet Guidance notes suggesting how the Thinking Skills & Dispositions Debriefing Bricks might be used to structure classroom learning conversations. £10 Download

thinkwell: innovation and excellence Thinking Skills & Dispositions Debriefing Bricks (Medium size) A set of medium size bricks for printing and laminating for use in learning conversations: Each brick with a red splotch displays the name of a thinking skill. Each brick with a blue splotch displays the name of an attitude or learning disposition. Also see related how to use activity sheet. £60 Download

thinkwell: innovation and excellence Thinking Skills & Dispositions Debriefing Bricks (Large size) A set of large size bricks for printing and laminating for use in learning conversations: Each brick with a red splotch displays the name of a thinking skill. Each brick with a blue splotch displays the name of an attitude or learning disposition. Also see related how to use activity sheet. £80 Download

 

<Written items>

Thinkwell eZine (2) - Teaching and Learning Thinking Skills and Dispositions

This eZine looks at the utility of teaching skills without also encouraging the disposition to use them. Finally, it concludes by offering 7 key classroom strategies that will be vital to the success of any teaching thinking programme or approach.

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Thinkwell eZine (issue 1) What is teaching thinking?

This eZine begins to explore the idea of teaching thinking. It raises key questions and concerns about how something as complex as thinking can be described in order to make it accessible and visible for teachers, tutors and students.

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