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Billabong High International School, Thane is run by Citizens Welfare Association,a registered Public Charitable Trust dedicated and committed to providing Quality Education and Promoting Social and Cultural activities. The trust is managed by Mr. Sudhir Goenka, who is passionate about providing quality education.

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Billabong school thane

  1. 1. Critical Thinking:Critical Thinking: Higher Order ThinkingHigher Order Thinking That UnifiesThat Unifies Curriculum, Instruction,Curriculum, Instruction, and Learningand Learning  
  2. 2. ABOUT USABOUT US Billabong High International School,  Thane is run byCitizens Welfare  Association,a registered Public Charitable Trust dedicated and committed to providing Quality Education and Promoting Social and Cultural activities. The trust is managed by Mr. Sudhir Goenka, who is passionate about providing quality education.
  3. 3. Let us Begin With theLet us Begin With the Question: What is CriticalQuestion: What is Critical Thinking?Thinking?  thinking about thinking while thinking in order to make thinking better.  thinking that assesses itself.
  4. 4. The Three DimensionsThe Three Dimensions of Critical Thinkingof Critical Thinking A n a ly s is o f th in k in g b y fo c u s in g o n t h e p a r ts E v a lu a t io n o f th in k in g b y fo c u s in g o n t h e s t a n d a r d s I m p ro v e m e n t o f th in k in g b y u s in g w h a t y o u le a r n e d C r it ic a l T h in k in g
  5. 5. Throughout the rest of the talk, this concept of critical thinking should be understood as what is meant by higher order thinking.
  6. 6. ThesisThesis Education, as a concept, defines a set of higher order goals, but actual school learning typically culminates in a set of lower order results. How can we narrow the gap between goals and results?
  7. 7.  So that in math classes students learn to think mathematically.  So that in history classes students learn to think historically.  So that in science classes students learn to think scientifically. How can we make highHow can we make high order goals a practicalorder goals a practical reality?reality?
  8. 8. students begin to think critically in a disciplined, self-directed fashion A major obstacle we face is that most teachers make assumptions about instruction, knowledge, and learning that are incompatible with high order results. And so that in generalAnd so that in general
  9. 9. What is missing is coherence,What is missing is coherence, connection, and depth ofconnection, and depth of understanding.understanding.
  10. 10. The bottom line, as we all well know, is not what is taught but what is learned. Students are learning something very different from what we think we are teaching them.

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