Readers Letters for Teaching Thinking, Spring 2003.
Marcelo Staricoff and Alan Rees use thinking skills to transform learning at Westbury Park Primary School.
Paul Adams argues for constructivism as a philosophy to guide thinking skills in education.
Rupert Wegerif puts computers in their place.
Arthur Costa shares five thoughts about a thought filled curriculum.
Jo and Jim are friends. They were invited to take part in a learning experiment along with many other students. They accepted and their parents agreed. Now they no longer attend school. Instead, they learn at home with help and guidance from a Computer-TV tutor.
Gail Edwards argues that teaching children about thinking skills helps them to become more effective learners.
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