Thinking skills create a new framework for learning that places a student’s thought process before content and competency. This format pushes students to understand how to approach information regardless of the topic.
Utilize information to determine the angle from which information is being presented.
This thinking skill set includes:
EXTENSIVE TEACHER GUIDE
If you’re new to thinking skills, this 20 page guide defines thinking skills, highlights possible instructional strategies, and effective ideas for assessment.
The slideshow gives teachers a clear way to introduce a thinking skills. The presentation includes several activities to engage students in understanding the thinking skill.
DESCRIPTIVE LESSON PLANS
Devoting time to understanding the thinking skills build stronger learners (and better metacognition). The lesson plans clearly outline basic, intermediate, and advanced ideas for reinforcing each thinking skill.
Each of the lesson plans are tied to student-friendly worksheets that help them reflect on their thinking. Some worksheets are differentiated to accommodate learners.
Help students understand what it takes to think clearly. These rubrics guide both teacher and student through the elements that build a bigger capacity for thinking.
For other individual thinking skill products or the bundle, check out the links below:
Thinking Skill Growing Bundle
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: Analyzing, or taking perspective, helps students understand other thought processes and can build empathy. This set includes the Stand Alone Guide, Lessons, Handouts, and more.