Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation

Kay Livingston, Rebecca Soden, Margaret Kirkwood

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Abstract

This report examines methods of developing thinking skills for post-16 teaching and learning, and explores the merits and disadvantages of different approaches to teaching thinking skills. It identifies areas in which knowledge is extensive or widely accepted, and areas where knowledge is limited, non-existent or highly contested.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationGuildford, UK
Number of pages143
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Fingerprint

evaluation
Teaching
learning

Keywords

  • thought and thinking
  • study and teaching
  • postsecondary education

Cite this

Livingston, K., Soden, R., & Kirkwood, M. (2004). Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation. Guildford, UK.
Livingston, Kay ; Soden, Rebecca ; Kirkwood, Margaret. / Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation. Guildford, UK, 2004. 143 p.
@book{debb1222b9a54e55b12c01a3c6301766,
title = "Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation",
abstract = "This report examines methods of developing thinking skills for post-16 teaching and learning, and explores the merits and disadvantages of different approaches to teaching thinking skills. It identifies areas in which knowledge is extensive or widely accepted, and areas where knowledge is limited, non-existent or highly contested.",
keywords = "thought and thinking, study and teaching, postsecondary education",
author = "Kay Livingston and Rebecca Soden and Margaret Kirkwood",
year = "2004",
language = "English",
isbn = "185338917X",

}

Livingston, K, Soden, R & Kirkwood, M 2004, Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation. Guildford, UK.

Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation. / Livingston, Kay; Soden, Rebecca; Kirkwood, Margaret.

Guildford, UK, 2004. 143 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

TY - BOOK

T1 - Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation

AU - Livingston, Kay

AU - Soden, Rebecca

AU - Kirkwood, Margaret

PY - 2004

Y1 - 2004

N2 - This report examines methods of developing thinking skills for post-16 teaching and learning, and explores the merits and disadvantages of different approaches to teaching thinking skills. It identifies areas in which knowledge is extensive or widely accepted, and areas where knowledge is limited, non-existent or highly contested.

AB - This report examines methods of developing thinking skills for post-16 teaching and learning, and explores the merits and disadvantages of different approaches to teaching thinking skills. It identifies areas in which knowledge is extensive or widely accepted, and areas where knowledge is limited, non-existent or highly contested.

KW - thought and thinking

KW - study and teaching

KW - postsecondary education

UR - http://www.lsda.org.uk/files/pdf/1542.pdf

M3 - Book

SN - 185338917X

BT - Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation

CY - Guildford, UK

ER -

Livingston K, Soden R, Kirkwood M. Post-16 pedagogy and thinking skills : an evaluation. Guildford, UK, 2004. 143 p.