critical thinking

Want To Make A Difficult Conversation Productive? Use A Protocol

Want To Make A Difficult Conversation Productive? Use A Protocol contributed by Michele Mattoon, NSRF Director *Join Michele and Director of TeachThought PD, Drew Perkins, for this summer’s Grow 19 pre-conference day, July 16th. Each year, I train scores of educators and professionals to become Critical Friends Group© Coaches, and sometimes I lead shorter workshops […]

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44 Prompts Merging Reflective Thinking With Bloom’s Taxonomy

44 Prompts Merging Reflective Thinking With Bloom’s Taxonomy contributed by Peter Pappas My interest in reflective thinking is rooted in a simple but powerful statement by Donald Finkel who wrote that teaching should be thought of as “providing experience, provoking reflection.” (Teaching with Your Mouth Shut) Most school mission statements include a reference to “fostering […]

Create A Curriculum That Questions The Purpose Of Knowledge

“Curriculum that questions the purpose of knowledge.” by Terry Heick In our recent post, Education’s Curious Fascination With Uniformity, reader James Foss left a useful comment that had within it an interesting concept–the “purpose of knowledge.” “Is it the standards that dictate curriculum or assessment practices that dictate pedagogy? It is possible the current standardized […]

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25 Of The Best Resources For Teaching Critical Thinking

25 Of The Best Resources For Teaching Critical Thinking by TeachThought Staff The Stanford University Center for Professional Development recently developed a course of effective classroom in the classroom, and asked us to let you know about it. This online course consists of three online sessions, three weeks in a row. Each session includes expert video screencasts, classroom video […]

What Is Swarm Problem Solving?

What Is Swarm Problem Solving? contributed by Dr. Jamie Schwandt, (Ed.D.) “It would be unlikely that it would be a fish that discovered water, or a bird air.” – Chinese Proverb A common metaphor used by Arthur Conan Doyle in his Sherlock Holmes stories is that of links, chains, and threads. Alan Macfarlane writes in On Creative […]
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What Is Four-Dimensional Questioning?

What Is Four-Dimensional Questioning?

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3 Modes Of Thinking: Lateral, Divergent & Convergent Thought

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3 Modes Of Thinking: Lateral, Divergent & Convergent Thought by TeachThought Staff Teac

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