This book presents a practical and universal framework for the teaching of thinking skills and problem-solving across the primary curriculum, using examples of topics from the National Curriculum, classroom techniques, and tried-and-tested activities which systematically develop pupils' thinking and problem-solving skills. While accommodating the need of all learners to develop effective thinking skills, the book also caters to the need to differentiate learning activities to extend the more able learners. Written by a team of teachers who recognize the day-to-day problems that face their colleagues in the classroom, this accessible, jargon-free book will be welcomed by teachers, SENCOs and ABCOs alike.Diagrams . Include only essential information. . Represent objects formally, clearly labelled, e. g. circuit diagrams. . Use colour selectively. If the colour in a diagram or graph does not help someone to understand it, its use needs rethinking.
|Title||:||Teaching Thinking Skills Across the Primary Curriculum|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-10-12|