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Issue TTC4.2

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Editorial

'Students’ questions' - Editorial for Teaching Thinking, Summer 2003.

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News

News featured in Teaching Thinking, Summer 2003.

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Above and Beyond

Julian Stern suggests ways of using ICT to develop pupils’ spiritual development.

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Asking the Big Questions

Rupert Wegerif argues for RE as an oasis where children explore the limits of knowledge.

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24/02/2011
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Bubble Dialogue

Rupert Wegerif introduces a tool for thinking together.

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24/02/2011
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Building e-bridges

Julia Ipgrave introduces inter-faith dialogue by email as a tool for teaching thinking at Key Stage 2.

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24/02/2011
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Chalk and Cheese

Marilyn Mason wonders if thinking and RE are compatible.

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24/02/2011
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In a Different Class

How classifying strategies can help students understand key words and concepts in RE.

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24/02/2011
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Learnings that Last

Arthur Costa argues for Habits of Mind as the engines of effective thinking.

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24/02/2011
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From the Republic of Letters to the Empire of Email

Richard Anthone and Steve Williams compare eighteenth century discussion culture with a philosophical project on the Internet.

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24/02/2011
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Skills for Life (starting with RE)

Jason Cauchi argues that tools for thinking first developed for businesses can enhance students’ thinking skills in RE.

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24/02/2011
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The Jesus Factor

Karen Walshe argues that RE teachers and students need to think more deeply about their teaching of Jesus as a religious figure.

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24/02/2011
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The value of Fermi Questions

Steve Williams suggests that teachers and pupils should follow in the footsteps of Enrico Fermi by asking critical and creative questions about the world around them.

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24/02/2011
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Thinking Allowed

How do you create a thinking school? Robert Fisher reports on the Queen’s School Thinking Skills Project.

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24/02/2011
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Thinking Together in RE

Denise Rowe describes how talk lessons help teachers and children improve RE teaching at Key Stage 1.

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24/02/2011
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What is the ‘Matrix’?

Rupert Wegerif recommends the film The Matrix as a stimulus for thinking.

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24/02/2011
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REthinking

Margaret Cooling points out important considerations for using thinking skills approaches in RE.

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24/02/2011
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