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Issue TTC5.3

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You Are Never Too Young

Jill Potter explains how and why to adapt teaching thinking activities for children in the early years

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Editorial

Editorial for Teaching Thinking Winter 2004, 'Two Arguments we should question' - The move towards teaching for creativity and better thinking seems to be gaining momentum. There are more courses publications conferences and books on the subjects than ever before and staff in schools are beginning to feel more comfortable.

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Creative Partners

What makes a partnership creative? Headteacher Julie Winyard shares her thoughts and experiences about collaboration

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The Four Fours Challenge

Marcelo Staricoff and Alan Rees report on a maths investigation that keeps children breaking records

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Spiral Thinking

Jane Simister describes how staff at one school set about planning to develop thinking across the curriculum

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What Should I Do

Can young children cope with moral dilemmas? Joanna Haynes puts dilemma training to the test

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Creativity And Praise

Rupert Wegerif asks if creativity is real or just a social label

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Reviews

But why? Developing philosophical thinking in the classroom Teaching Children to Learn: beyond flat–packs and fine words Strategies that work: teaching comprehension to advance understanding and Thinkers

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News

Drama activities may improve childrens self esteem and help them enjoy school more. Frama may also improve speaking and listening skills those essential components for thinking and creativity and many more news stories

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Simple Gifts (open access article)

Julie Winyard visits Professor Mathew Lipman founder of the Philosophy for Children movement. The interview is introduced and concluded by Robert Fisher

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Announcements

Forthcoming seminars

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Plato's Charioteer

Plato inspires John Waters to offer teachers and students an educational philosohy of the head chest and body

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Thinking Time

Lee Pace explains how staff at his school take time to teach thinking and plan for creativity.

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Developing curious minds

Steve Williams suggests strategies for enabling students to ask good questions.

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01/01/1970
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Talking About Creativity

Guy Claxton talks to Steve Williams about the concept of creativity and suggests ways that schools can foster children's creative development

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