TRADITIONAL APPROACH VS HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS In Mathematics click anywhere on the screen to continue
Students are asked to form groups to undertake different projects and they are left on their own. Then each group presents their findings. No synthesis, analysis, comparison and generalizations follow.
Examples click anywhere on the screen to continue This template is designed as a timeline to depict various art periods /eras.
Students collaborate in undertaking group projects. The projects entail collecting data, consolidating and synthesizing them. Then groups report and each one comment on each other’s work and based on their discussions synthesize and make generalizations.
Fill in Section A, Section B and Section C with any art period you wish. Alternatively, you might like to fill them with an artist from each period, starting from the earliest (left-most section) to the latest (right-most section.). Fill in your own icon to depict the period/era you wish to teach. There is an activity section done on MS WORD for students to apply their knowledge click anywhere on the screen to continue
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