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Frameworks for Thinking : a Handbook for Teaching and Learning.

Author: David MoseleyVivienne BaumfieldJulian ElliottSteven HigginsJen MillerAll authors
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
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Provides descriptions and evaluations of 42 major frameworks including Bloom's taxonomy, de Bono's lateral and parallel thinking tools, Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences and Paul's model of critical thinking. Unique in its comprehensive coverage and interdisciplinary approach, it offers easy-to-grasp summary tables for each major theorist for speedy reference.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Moseley, David
Frameworks for Thinking : A Handbook for Teaching and Learning
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c2005
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Moseley; Vivienne Baumfield; Julian Elliott; Steven Higgins; Jen Miller; Douglas P Newton; Maggie Gregson
ISBN: 9780511135156 0511135157 1280434953 9781280434952 9780511489914 0511489919
OCLC Number: 701857187
Notes: Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figure; Table; Authors; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Selection of frameworks; Description and evaluation of individual frameworks; How to use this handbook; Overview of what follows; Chapter 1 The nature of thinking and thinking skills; Perspectives on thinking; What is thinking?; Psychological perspectives; Sociological perspectives; Philosophical perspectives; Thinking skills in education; Chapter 2 Lists, inventories, groups, taxonomies and frameworks; Bringing order to chaos; Objects of study; Utility; Examples; Conclusion.
Chapter 3 Frameworks dealing with instructional designIntroduction; Time sequence of the instructional design frameworks; Description and evaluation of the instructional design frameworks; Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives: cognitive domain; Feuerstein's theory of mediated learning through Instrumental Enrichment; Gagné's eight types of learning and five types of learned capability; Ausubel and Robinson's six hierarchically-ordered categories; Williams' model for developing thinking and feeling processes; Hannah and Michaelis' comprehensive framework for instructional objectives.
Stahl and Murphy's domain of cognition taxonomic systemBiggs and Collis' SOLO taxonomy: Structure of the Observed Learning Outcome; Quellmalz's framework of thinking skills; Presseisen's models of essential, complex and metacognitive thinking skills; Merrill's instructional transaction theory; Anderson and Krathwohl's revision of Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives; Gouge and Yates' ARTS Project taxonomies of arts reasoning and thinking skills; Some issues for further investigation; Chapter 4 Frameworks dealing with productive thinking; Introduction.
Time sequence of the productive-thinking frameworksDescription and evaluation of productive-thinking frameworks; Altshuller's TRIZ (Teoriya Resheniya Izibreatatelskikh Zadach) Theory of Inventive Problem-Solving; Allen, Feezel and Kauffie's taxonomy of concepts and critical abilities related to the evaluation of verbal arguments; De Bono's lateral and parallel thinking tools; Halpern's reviews of critical thinking skills and dispositions; Baron's model of the good thinker; Ennis' taxonomy of critical thinking dispositions and abilities.
Lipman's three modes of thinking and four main varieties of cognitive skillPaul's model of critical thinking; Jewell's reasoning taxonomy for gifted children; Petty's six-phase model of the creative process; Bailin's intellectual resources for critical thinking; Some issues for further investigation; Chapter 5 Frameworks dealing with cognitive structure and/or development; Introduction; Time sequence of theoretical frameworks of cognitive structure and/or development; Description and evaluation of theoretical frameworks of cognitive structure and/or development.
Piaget's stage model of cognitive development.
Description: 1 online resource (378 p.)
Contents: Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figure; Table; Authors; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Selection of frameworks; Description and evaluation of individual frameworks; How to use this handbook; Overview of what follows; Chapter 1 The nature of thinking and thinking skills; Perspectives on thinking; What is thinking?; Psychological perspectives; Sociological perspectives; Philosophical perspectives; Thinking skills in education; Chapter 2 Lists, inventories, groups, taxonomies and frameworks; Bringing order to chaos; Objects of study; Utility; Examples; Conclusion.

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