Category Archives: Thinking

Moving Beyond Borders – The Creation of Nomadic Space Through Travel

International travel provides a unique opportunity for self-exploration and the development of cultural awareness and multidimensional perspectives. The process of removing oneself from familiar surroundings and venturing into foreign and strange lands produces a space where the traveler may consider … Continue reading


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How to Get Your Students Thinking

How to Get Your Students Thinking What do you do when reading the book and completing the worksheet doesn’t work? It’s time to get creative! Discover some technology-infused lessons, activities, and projects that motivate students to think and express their … Continue reading

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Understanding Imaginative Thinking During Childhood – Sociocultural Conceptions of Creativity and Imaginative Thought

Read What if we viewed imaginative thought and creativity as fundamental to cognition? What if discussions of school reform focused on infusing imaginative thinking into the curriculum instead of ‘‘covering the content’’ and ‘‘teaching to the test’’? In this paper, … Continue reading

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Teaching Thinking – the Practice of Philosophy with Children

Read Read also: Thinking in education One important goal of education is helping young people to develop their ability to think for themselves in responsible way. That means to learn how to think more reflectively and therefore to acquaint children … Continue reading

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