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THINKING STRATEGIES: Meta-Cognition, Lateral, Parallel, Critical, Creative & Systems Thinking.
 

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This presentation is an introduction to THINKING STRATEGIES, including Meta-Cognition, Lateral, Parallel, Critical, Creative & Systems Thinking. Each slide includes the notes explaining the slide ...

This presentation is an introduction to THINKING STRATEGIES, including Meta-Cognition, Lateral, Parallel, Critical, Creative & Systems Thinking. Each slide includes the notes explaining the slide information. It includes thinking games to get the audience to implement the strategies.

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  • Unit ObjectivesApply appropriate thinking strategies to various types of projects and scenarios that may be encountered in emerging technology environments, as well as in Major, General Education, and Core coursework encountered by student. Achieve fluency in applied thinking strategies. Articulate how thinking strategies have been applied historically to various projects and scenarios in order to spur innovation or otherwise solve problems.
  • Metacognition: Thinking about and monitoring one’s own thinking. The plan for strategically choosing a thinking method involves the act of metacognition. Parallel: Group members move in unison from one thinking process to the next as they explore solutions or problem solveLateral: Solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that’s no immediately obviousCreative: Exploring ideas, generating possibilities, and looking for many right answers instead of just one.Systems: An approach to problem solving that views the “problems” as part of an overall system rather than reacting to one specific partCritical: Interpreting, analyzing and evaluating ideas and solutions by exploring the objective facts before drawing any conclusions.
  • Metacognition is defined as "cognition about cognition", or "knowing about knowing.“It can take many forms; it includes knowledge about when and how to use particular strategies for learning or for problem solving.There are generally two components of metacognition: knowledge about cognition, and regulation of cognition. (Wikipedia)META – Greek for before:afterCognition - knowledge
  • “what do you see?”
  • Unit ObjectivesApply appropriate thinking strategies to various types of projects and scenarios that may be encountered in emerging technology environments, as well as in Major, General Education, and Core coursework encountered by student. Achieve fluency in applied thinking strategies. Articulate how thinking strategies have been applied historically to various projects and scenarios in order to spur innovation or otherwise solve problems.

THINKING STRATEGIES: Meta-Cognition, Lateral, Parallel, Critical, Creative & Systems Thinking. THINKING STRATEGIES: Meta-Cognition, Lateral, Parallel, Critical, Creative & Systems Thinking. Presentation Transcript

  • “Think About It!” TCH 115 DebeeAnn M. Boyd, MBA
  • Objectives  Metacognition Thinking Strategies  Application
  • What Do You See?
  • M e t a c o g n i t i o n Parallel Lateral Creative Systems Critical
  • “Think about what your thinking about!”
  • “6 Think Hats!”
  • “6 Think Hats!”
  • ….and Here?
  • “Think Outside The Box!”  Alternatives / Concept Extraction  Focus  Challenge  Random Entry  Provocation  Harvesting  Treatment of Ideas
  • METHODS :  Evolution  Synthesis  Revolution Reapplication  Changing Direction
  • “Is This Critical Thinking?
  • “What’s Your Dominance?”
  • Do You Agree w/ this Statement? Some people study all their life and at their death they have learned everything except…. TO THINK (Francios Domergue)
  • What About Here?
  • “What Do You Think?” An Arab sheikh tells his two sons to race their camels to a distant city to see who will inherit his fortune. The one whose camel is slower will win. The brothers, after wandering aimlessly for days, ask a wise man for advise. After hearing the advice they jump on the camels and race as fast as they can to the city. What does the wise man say?
  • Objectives  Metacognition Thinking Strategies  Application