By naming 26 ways of thinking in a simple alphabetical structure, the new Thinking Moves A-Z provides a language for teachers and students to reflect on their own cognitive processes - enhancing thinking and deepening learning.
The game ‘Odd One Out’ is a great way to begin lessons on specific themes or topics - you can quickly create a resource box that will last for the duration of the topic.
An example of raising engagement in learning using the power of open questions.
Ways to play Odd One Out - the reasoning and P4C warm-up game.
A great way to start the day in Early Years - developing early language and reasoning as well as engaging families in their child’s learning.
Two fun warm-up games that you can use in your P4C practice.
Pupils immediately speaking in more powerful, articulate sentences as a result of a really simple technique.
Encouraging pupils to argue and debate in class can help boost their results in English, Maths and Science, according to research by the Education Endowment Foundation.
After a term of working with me on Productive Talk, I asked teachers what the impact has been on their classes.
Introducing my Talk Audits.