Higher Order Thinking (HOT)
In-house teacher training

This course is also available online


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Developing Higher Order Thinking requires teachers to establish with their student a knowledge base of thinking skills, reasoning, critical thought, and problem-solving.

Our workshop will introduce you how to create higher levels of thinking by restating the facts, therefore, by involving the students to do something with the facts by creating an understanding of the arguments taught in the class and connecting them to other facts or concepts.

During this process, the teacher will introduce the students to how categorise and manipulate those facts and concepts in order put them together in new or novel ways, and apply them as we seek new solutions to the new problem.

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

For teachers who want to acquire knowledge of how to create higher levels of thinking by restating the facts.

Course Sample programme

Week 1 Course Content
Day One Integrate thinking skills into your classroom / Facilitates the design of learning tasks / Engage students
Day Two Apply a series of learning activities to develop higher-order thinking around one theme or story
Day Three Expos alternative perspectives on different topics
*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates. 1 lesson=45mins

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