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Editorial

'Creativity and the clock' - Editorial for Teaching Thinking, Spring 2003.

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24/02/2011
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News

News for Teaching Thinking, Spring 2003.

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24/02/2011
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Critical Challenges

Paul Cleghorn explains his use of ‘challenges’ to test pupils’ thinking.

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13/03/2003
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Data Detectives

Nick Packard explains how databases can be used to prompt pupils to base their conclusions on good reasons.

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24/02/2011
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Interview: From Oracy to Dialogue

There is a feeling abroad that the benefits of using classroom conversation as a tool for learning have been overlooked in the scramble for better SATs results. Neil Mercer talks to Steve Williams about what we can learn from The National Oracy Project.

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24/02/2002
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Herodotus in Egypt

Grant Bage has written an anthology of six stories based on Book Two of The Histories by Herodotus, who has often been referred to as ‘the father of history’ and the author of the world’s first information books. In the following story, Herodotus tells us how he thinks his way through two historical mysteries.

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24/02/2011
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ICT and Teaching Thinking

Can computers help children to think? Rupert Wegerif investigates.

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24/02/2011
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One World TV

Steve Williams explores a new tool for digital dialogue.

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24/02/2011
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Philosophy for Schools

A round up of information, events and resources.

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24/02/2011
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Stripping away the mystery

Gail Edwards argues that teaching children about thinking skills helps them to become more effective learners.

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24/02/2011
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The Great Learning Experiment: An Email Story by Steve Williams and Roger Sutcliffe

Jo and Jim are friends. They were invited to take part in a learning experiment along with many other students. They accepted and their parents agreed. Now they no longer attend school. Instead, they learn at home with help and guidance from a Computer-TV tutor.

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24/02/2011
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The Thought-Filled Curriculum

Arthur Costa shares five thoughts about a thought filled curriculum.

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24/02/2011
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The Value of Artificial Stupidity

Rupert Wegerif puts computers in their place.

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24/02/2011
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Thinking Skills and Constructivism

Paul Adams argues for constructivism as a philosophy to guide thinking skills in education.

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24/02/2011
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Thinking Skills Approach to Our Days

Marcelo Staricoff and Alan Rees use thinking skills to transform learning at Westbury Park Primary School.

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24/02/2011
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Books Reviews

Books Reviews for Teaching Thinking, Spring 2003.

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24/02/2011
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Readers Letters

Readers Letters for Teaching Thinking, Spring 2003.

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24/02/2011
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