Teaching to think

Felicity Haynes
1997 Australian Journal of Teacher Education  
Given that a devolved curriculum empowers a teacher to educate for change, and indeed encourages cross-curricular critical and creative thinking, this article offers a broad review of three current strategies for helping anyone to think critically and creatively -instruction in formal logic, training in focusing attention, and creating a community of inquiry. It not confident that teachers already possess them. This is certainly true of language
doi:10.14221/ajte.1997v22n1.1 fatcat:p2php6p4zfftzhgqgbxwmycr2i