Visible Thinking in the Classroom

Written by Prof. Mary Grosser Critical thinking involves the application of interrelated thinking skills and dispositions according to the universal standards of reasoning. This implies that thought processes should be clear, logic, precise, relevant, significant, and contain depth… Read More

Teaching in Today’s World

Written by Caroline Correia, Caroline is a teacher at Pecanwood College, she is the HOD of English in the Prep School and Head of Preparatory Administration. Growing up and spending most of my schooling years in the 1980s,… Read More

Thinking Tools sessions with children, parents and teachers

Written by Cas Olivier The curriculum, textbooks and explanations are linear in nature, i.e. from A to Z. The brain’s thinking abilities on the other hand, are not designed to embrace linear processes. Thinking Tools take advantage of… Read More