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Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation

Livingston, Kay and Soden, Rebecca and Kirkwood, Margaret (2004) Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation. Learning and Skills Research Centre, Guildford, UK. ISBN 185338917X

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Abstract

This report examines methods of developing thinking skills for post-16 teaching and learning, and explores the merits and disadvantages of different approaches to teaching thinking skills. It identifies areas in which knowledge is extensive or widely accepted, and areas where knowledge is limited, non-existent or highly contested.