Promoting Higher-Order Thinking in Teenagers 1

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This PowerPoint presentation presents the importance of forming the foundation for higher-order thinking in students through knowledge retention and concept/principle comprehension, the two lowest levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. It also demonstrates the employment of mnemonic constructs and visual analogies for improving knowledge retention and increasing the comprehension of difficult concepts and principles.

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This presentation is by Dr. Norman J. LaFave, author of "You Want Me to Teach WHAT? Sure-Fire Methods for Teaching Physical Science and Math" by NSTA Press.
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Lifelong Tool

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Promoting Higher-Order Thinking in Teenagers 1
Promoting Higher-Order Thinking in Teenagers 1
Promoting Higher-Order Thinking in Teenagers 1
Promoting Higher-Order Thinking in Teenagers 1