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Creative and Critical Thinking


I really love using the Thinker’s Keys with the students to get them outside of their ‘usual’ idea mapping and generation.

Tony cleverly uses colour to separate the keys into CREATIVE thinking or CRITICAL thinking.  This allows the students to easily distinguish and begin to categorise their thinking.

The app is very easy to use and allows space for the students to input their own information and to add as they go.  This is an excellent app to use for any of those CHALLENGE BASED LEARNING topics.

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This entry was posted on July 7, 2014 by in Apps for Learning and tagged , , .
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