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21 Stories to Celebrate 21 years of IACESA

21 Stories to Celebrate 21 Years of IACESA is a booklet with 21 stories written by cognitive education practitioners and academics.   This booklet forms part of the celebrations towards this milestone year of IACESA’s 21st anniversary in 2015.

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Articles

5 Reasons Why We Need to Think to be Healthy By Estelle Brettenny

Book Reviews

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Cognitive Education Research Group

Download the Vision and Mission of the Cognitive Research Group here.

Classroom Resources

Recommended Reading

  • Barell, J.  2010.  Problem-based learning: The foundation of 21st century skills (In Bellanca, J. & Brandt, R., eds.  21st century skills: Rethinking how students learn. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.  p. 175-199).
  • Brownlee, J. & Berthelsen.  2008.  Developing relational epistemology through relational pedagogy: new ways of thinking about personal epistemology in teacher education (In Khine, M.S.,  ed. Knowing, knowledge and beliefs.   Australia: Springer Verlag.  pp. 405 – 422.)
  • Costa, A.L. & Kallick, B.  2009.  Teaching Habits of Mind (In Costa, A.L. & Kallick, B., eds.  Habits of Mind across the curriculum.  Alexandria, VA: ASCD.  p. 36-66.)
  • Dede, C.  2010.  Comparing frameworks for 21st century skills.  (In Bellanca, J. & Brandt, R., eds.  21st century skills: Rethinking how students learn. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.  p. 51-75).
  • Feuerstein R., Feuerstein R. S. & Falik, L. H.  2010.  Beyond smarter: Mediated learning and the brain’s capacity for change.  New York: Teachers College Press.
  • Gardner, H.  2010. Five Minds for the future (In Bellanca, J. & Brandt, R., eds.  21st century skills: Rethinking how students learn. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.  p. 9-31).
  • Goswami, U., & Bryant, P.  (2010).  Children’s cognitive development and learning.  In  R. Alexander (Ed.), The Cambridge primary review research surveys, p. 141-169. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Green, L. 2014.  Schools as Thinking Communities.  Pretoria: Van Schaik.
  • Hyerle, D.  2009.  Thinking Maps: Visual Tools for Activating Habits of Mind. (In Costa, A.L. &  Kallick, B, eds. Learning and Leading with Habits of Mind.  16 Essential characteristics for success.  Victoria, Australia: Hawker Brownlow Education.  p. 149-174).
  • Johnson, D.W. & Johnson, R.T.  2010.  Cooperative learning and conflict resolution: essential 21st century skills (In Bellanca, J. & Brandt, R., eds.  21st century skills: Rethinking how students learn. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.  p. 201-219).
  • Lemke, C.  2010. Innovation through technology. (In Bellanca, J. & Brandt, R., eds.  21st century skills: Rethinking how students learn. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.  p. 243-272).
  • Richardson, W.  2010.  Navigating social networks as learning tools. In Bellanca, J. & Brandt, R., eds.  21st century skills: Rethinking how students learn. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.  p. 285-303).
  • SAIDE, 2013.  Problem-based learning. (In SAIDE, 2013. Getting Practical.  A guide to teaching and learning. Cape Town: Oxford University Press. p. 312-348.)
  • Schraw, G. & Olafson, L.  2003.  Teachers’ epistemological world views and educational practices.  Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 3(1):178 – 235.

 

Research

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