Teaching Students Thinking Skills and Strategies: A Framework for Cognitive Education in Inclusive Settings
Developing the ability to think is a major part of education, which helps students become independent learners and participate fully in a learning environment.
This book sets out the theory and outlines a model for implementing the teaching of thinking at whole-school, group and individual levels in inclusive settings. The model uses a three-tier approach to ensure that all learners are included: teaching thinking for all, which takes into account common needs; working with small groups, for those with exceptional needs such as learning difficulties or high ability; and addressing individualised learning needs, including those with a complex disability.
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