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Editorial

Editorial for Teaching Thinking, Autumn 2002.

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News

News featured in Teaching Thinking, Autumn 2002.

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All Tooled Up and Nowhere to go

Rupert Wegerif argues that there is more to good thinking than ‘intellectual tools’ can possibly provide.

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Artful dialogue

Is the ancient art of writing dialogues in need of revival? Steve Williams says yes!

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Concept Cartoons

Stuart Naylor and Brenda Keogh describe how cartoons can stimulate thinking in science lessons.

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Concepts in Question

When pupils struggle with the meaning of concepts, their education suffers. How can we help them develop their understanding of important concepts?

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Deepening Thinking Through Dialogue

What is the value of discussion if it doesn’t aim at the truth? Valerie Blackbourn and Brenda Watson seek an answer.

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24/02/2011
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Eye Q

Bill Tindall reports on his use of visual tools for thinking with primary school children.

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24/02/2011
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The Importance of Intelligent Conversations

Fresh research from the Open University proves that intelligent conversations lead to intelligent thinking. By Rupert Wegerif.

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24/02/2011
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Logo Visual Technology

Brin Best explains how an innovative visual tool can be used to improve thinking and stimulate creativity in classrooms.

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24/02/2011
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Research and Development

Two schools in Newcastle show what can be achieved by collaborating on thinking skills development.

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The Bad Thinking Box

Karen Murris finds ways to help young children identify persuasive language.

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The Thinking Cycle

The different benefits of Accelerated Learning and thinking skills inspired Rob Gamesby to design a lesson-planing tool that combines both. He explains how and why.

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Newswise: Can Big Business Save the World

It certainly seemed as if ‘9/11’ was the most important event of the past year. But only a few days earlier there had been another event that some felt was just as important. This was the ‘Johannesburg Summit’, where people from every nation met to discuss poverty and pollution in the world. Newswise for Teaching Thinking, Autumn 2002.

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Storywise: Stories for Thinking

Storywise for Teaching Thinking, Autumn 2002.

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24/02/2011
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Book Reviews

Book Reviews for Teaching Thinking, Autumn 2002.

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24/02/2011
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Readers Letters

Readers Letters for Teaching Thinking, Autumn 2002.

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24/02/2011
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