Readers Letters for Teaching Thinking, Spring 2002.
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.
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.
Julia Flutter explains the benefits of consulting pupils about their learning.
Mike Fleetham describes how he turned his classroom into a good place for thinking.
Neil Mercer tells the story of language as a tool for thinking together.
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.