Book reviews featured in Teaching Thinking, Spring 2002. 'Children As Philosophers: Learning Through Enquiry and Dialogue in the Primary Classroom', Joanna Haynes, and 'Into the Garden of Dreams', Linda-Jane Simpson.
Storywise: Stories for Thinking
Stories stimulate thinking, and some stories stimulate it more than others. Stories for thinking is a regular section of the magazine, featuring recommended books for readers at Key Stages 1–3. All the stories in this edition, are recommended by Karin Murris, author of Storywise: thinking through stories.
Thinking and Talking about Learning
Julia Flutter explains the benefits of consulting pupils about their learning.
The Teaching Toolbox
Mike Fleetham describes how he turned his classroom into a good place for thinking.
The Art of Interthinking
Neil Mercer tells the story of language as a tool for thinking together.
The Teaching Thinking Website
Steve Williams explains how the new website works.
Nick Packard describes what happened when he introduced his pupils to Logo, a computer programming language for schools.
Metaphors and analogies are powerful tools for teaching and learning. Steve Williams explains why.