Critical and Creative Thinking resources encourage students thinking broadly and deeply using skills, behaviours and dispositions such as reason, logic, resourcefulness, imagination and innovation in all learning areas at school and in their lives beyond school
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SMART RESOURCE | The resource supports the introduction to the range and abilities students have through the eight Multiple Intelligences: body smart, people smart, word smart, number smart, nature smart, self-smart, picture smart and music smart. Students have the opportunity to identify themselves as a smart learner.
SMART RESOURCE | A set of eight Smart Learner intelligences with matching definition cards. Each Smart Learner has an activity sheet for a student choice research task. The resource is presented in colour, and black and white.
SMART RESOURCE | The eight Multiple Intelligences are presented as terminology cards suitable for the identification of Learning Smarts. The resource includes a management board and Learning Smart visual cards to support the introduction of or a focus on the Learning Intelligences as a daily or weekly Learning Intention.
SMART RESOURCE | The Thinking Keys resource provides twenty strategies for generating innovative and creative thinking. The keys are easily applied to most learning situations including developing extension activities for Inquiry-based Learning. Also included in the resource is an explanation table for each thinking key and a template to Design your Own Activities
SMART RESOURCE | The resource includes an explanation of De Bonos Six Thinking Hats and the type of thinking these hats evoke. Also included is a set of Thinking Hat cards together with a list of hat combinations which can be used in sequence to perform more complicated thinking tasks.
SMART RESOURCE | The Six Thinking Hats are a teaching model promoting critical and creative thinking. The charts include key words associated with each different colour hat. An excellent collaborative learning strategy for working in groups.
SMART RESOURCE | A cheerful set of penguins wearing the six thinking hats. Each card outlines the type of thinking and questions students might ask a group or individual when planning an inquiry response, discussing a topic or writing a text.
SMART RESOURCE | Blooms Taxonomy higher order thinking skills help students to apply logic and reasoning, draw conclusions and evaluate procedures and outcomes. Each chart lists key words and outlines cognitive questions needed in student thinking to prompt explicit learning.
SMART RESOURCE | The 16 Habits of Mind support skills to solve problem-based learning and inquiry-based learning. They provide students with skills to improve their thinking processes and strategies, promoting efficient and effective thinking. The strategies are presented as individual charts. A daily/weekly focus management board is also included where a habit/s may be a displayed as a focus for discussion and application. It is advisable to laminate and enlarge the board or reduce the charts for display.
SMART RESOURCE | The 16 Mind Those Habits provide students with skills to improve their thinking processes and strategies. The labels make a colourful habit focus display ready for discussion and application.