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    Classroom Discussion in Southeast Asia - Concerns in Thai Classrooms Tertiary
    "This article defines the concept of classroom discussion as well as the benefits of discussion in the classroom. In addition, barriers to classroom discussion that are common to classrooms are discussed with a focus on problems unique to classroom discussion...

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    JAE Editorial: Let's Teach Children to Think! Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This JAE editorial argues that we are not educating our students to think. Teachers are teaching their students to rely too heavily upon electronic support. Ganson encourages teachers to empower students by teaching them to rely on their minds, and create...

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    JAE Editorial: Thinkers or Reflectors? - Young Adult Retention, Philosophy, and Adventist Education Grade 11-Tertiary
    In this guest editorial, Yi says that in order to gain competency, students must be exposed to the world of ideas and taught to critically engage them. Articles in this edition include the following titles: Peril...

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    PET 10-01: Panorama of Educational Thoughts Preschool-Grade 12
    Download Vaughn Jennings' January 2010 newsletter for Adventist teachers in North America. This edition features links to resources fostering art appreciation, creativity, and the power to think and do in Christian education.

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    Speaking Out: Are Teachers Ready to Teach Pupils to Think? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Efforts to encourage higher-order thinking skills in K-12 students will fail unless teachers become conscious of and apply these skills. College graduates do not demonstrate the operative knowledge needed in higher-order thinking. Reference is made to Harvey,...

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    The Language of Optimism Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Words are powerful. In the classroom, words are continually exchanged in the exploration of ideas, the sharing of understandings and the development of relationships. Words also give insight into whether a student is optimistic or pessimistic when faced...

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    The Other Hat - Teaching Discernment in the Twenty-first Century Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "The 21st century is placing new demands on teachers and schools. Children are growing up in a society that is characterised by exponential change, escalating social issues and everchanging technology. Because of this rapidly changing culture, our students...

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    Tips - Teaching Thinking Skills Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Students need to understand why it is important to ask questions. Here are five discussion-starter questions that are sure to spawn a lively classroom give-and-take."

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    Using the Bible to Stimulate Critical Thinking Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article lists five ways to use the Bible to expand students' intellectual capacities in a wide variety of subjects. Using the Scriptures to stimulate interest, generate respect for God's Word, and to teach students how to think, are integral parts of...