Readers Letter for Teaching Thinking, Summer 2002.
Storywise for Teaching Thinking, Summer 2002.
Mel Rockett explains why so many schools in Northumberland have been inspired to adopt thinking skills strategies to raise standards.
Sharon Bailin talks to Steve Williams about the myths that surround the concept of creativity and suggests ways that schools can foster children’s creative achievement.
Does the teaching of thinking skills help learners or is it a waste of time? Peter Gardner, Steve Higgins and Geoff Hinchliffe continue the deabte.
Steve Williams reports on an exciting project that realises the creative potential of digital photography for pupils at Key Stages 2–3.
Thinking skills in Northumberland. David Leat introduces a powerful pedagogical strategy and an example of its use in the classroom at Key Stages 3–5.
Sara Liptai explains how children and young people can come to find meaning in music and learn to reflect on their own musical tastes.