An Integrated Framework for Thinking About Learning

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Author(s)Robson S, Moseley D
Publication type Article
JournalGifted Education International
Year2005
Volume20
Issue1
Pages36-50
ISSN (print)0261-4294
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Recent theories and definitions of giftedness and talent take a broad view of cognition, as well as taking account of the conative, affective, and situational aspects of learning. There is also a growing body of research which suggests that thinking skills approaches can be effective in helping to create powerful learning environments and in helping individuals to maximise their potential. We believe that broad-based taxonomies, models and frameworks for understanding the processes involved in thinking
PublisherAB Academic Publishers
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