Teaching Higher Levels of Thinking


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When it comes to higher-level thinking, which one of the following gives students the opportunity to look within themselves and see where they stand regarding a topic or an idea.

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1. How does evidence help support higher levels of thinking?

2. All of the following are excellent strategies for cultivating higher-level thinking EXCEPT which one?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Explore what you know about teaching higher levels of thinking. Answer study questions on topics that include a type of thinking in which students look within themselves and the use of evidence in higher-thinking levels.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be quizzed on these key points:

  • Strategies for promoting higher-level thinking
  • Development of high-level skill sets from the creation of alternate solutions for problems
  • Thinking skills used when creating and testing a theory about correlations

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about teaching higher levels of thinking
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding strategies for encouraging higher-level thinking
  • Making connections - use understanding of thinking levels and how they're connected to testing a theory and problem-solving

Additional Learning

You can learn more with the lesson named Teaching Higher Levels of Thinking. These study points will be covered:

  • Benefits associated with higher levels of thinking
  • Teaching students to ask questions and be self-aware
  • Using discussion in the classroom about challenging topics