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All our resources are suitable for students aged 11-16.
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  • The purpose of these sessions is to foster questioning skills, Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) and critical-thinking skills.

    These skills to play an important role in the broader project of enhancing metacognition and self-regulated learning in students since developing questioning skills allows for greater independence and allows students to more effectively monitor, evaluate and regulate their learning-processes. That said: critical-thinking and questioning skills are, in an age of misinformation, fake news, and mass-propaganda, valuable thinking skills that constitute ends in themselves.

     Each of the sessions contains four phases:

     

    1. 'What Makes a Good Question?'
    2. Generating Philosophical Questions
    3. Using Questions in Critical-Thinking
    4. Questioning Experts

     

    These PowerPoint sessions are fairly flexible and consist of many short discussion questions instead of more lengthily tasks: each one contains 25+ slides and is, therefore, suitable for more than one session. The exercises generally involve question-generation: the prompts deal with metacognitive issues, broader questions from the wider curriculum, and matters relating to self-regulated learning.

    Questioning Skills Training Sessions (x5)

    £4.99Price
    • Focus: Questioning Skills, Philosophical Thinking, Higher-Order Thinking Skills & Critical Thinking

      Main Aim: To practice and enhance student questioning skills

      Designed for students aged 11-16

       

      License Terms:
      Whole-School License

       

      System Requirements:
      Microsoft Office
      WinZip (we recommend: 7-Zip or WinRar)
      Windows 7+, 1.5GHZ, 1GB RAM
      File Formats: PowerPoint Presentations & .zip

       

      Copyrighted by The Global Metacognition Institute (2019)
      Strictly not for re-distribution outside of your own school.

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