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    Communicating Through Questions Grade 1-Lifelong
    Studies show many elementary and secondary teachers ask questions of their students that demand the lowest level of cognitive thinking. This article suggests three ways of using questions to enhance learning and to achieve better communication among students:...

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    Developing a Classroom Culture of Thinking - A Whole School Approach Kindergarten-Grade 8
    "One of the primary objectives of schooling should involve the teaching of tools for lifelong learning. As a result, many educators place a high priority on empowering students with thinking skills such as the ability to reason, to make informed judgements,...

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    Distance Learners: Teaching and Assessing Information Literacy Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article discusses distance learners and teaching and assessing information literacy. Library support for these learners must follow learning outcomes assessment programs. It must emphasize the development of critical thinking skills and support culturally...

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    Let Me Do It and I Will Learn - Investigating Three Models of Student-Centred Learning Grade 5-Grade 12
    The Socratic Seminar, the Graffiti Model and the Pirozzo Matrix were trialed in high school English and history classes, and it was found that “each of these methods created discussion, involvement, cooperation and learning at many levels.”

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    Tips - Ways to Improve Critical Thinking Kindergarten-Grade 8
    The keywords and questions in this article can be used to develop all levels of thinking within the cognitive domain of Bloom's Taxonomy. The results will be improved attention to detail, increased comprehension and expanded problem solving skills. The 6 levels...