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Issue TTC1.3

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Austen Powers

Sense and Sensibility is an ideal text with which to introduce over 16s to a range of thinking skills strategies, Marie Butterworth reports.

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30/12/2010
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Rose Tinted Oranges

Rupert Wegerif asks if we can believe in metaphors.

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30/12/2010
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Celebrate good times, come on

Sue Eagle reports on a fun day at a first school.

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30/12/2010
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Surfin All Over The World

Anthony Reybould opens a brief guide to a selection of the growing number of websites devoted to thinking skills.

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30/12/2010
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Creating Young Inquisitors

Alan Combes teaches children how to organise an inquisition into events and issues.

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01/01/1970
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The Multiple Intelligences

In the next two articles we look at Howard Gardner’s ideas and how they are being applied in the classroom. Anna Craft begins with a review of the critical points in his theory of Multiple Intelligences.

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30/12/2010
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Its Good To Talk

Research which found that children had a problem talking productively with their peers led directly to the creation of a teaching talking program, Tara Lovelock and Lyn Dawes reports on a project to give children the intellectual skills to work collaboratively.

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30/12/2010
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Thinking It Out

Head teacher Judith Williams tells how she tackled problems of underachievement and lack of independence.

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30/12/2010
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Philosophy For Children

Roger Sutcliffe looks at the work of a man who has influenced educational thinking across the world.

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30/12/2010
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Working in the zone

In the third article of his series on the Marxist philosopher Lev Vygotskii, Andrew Sutton continues his outline of Vygotskii’s work and questions whether modern educationalists have used and abused his insights, or simply ignored them.

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23/02/2011
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