PREVIEW - De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats - How to Promote Critical Thinking

De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats - How to Promote Critical Thinking

 

In this tutorial we explore how to use De Bono’s Six Thinking Hat method to think critically in a digital world.

In this tutorial you will learn:
•    Why critical thinking is an essential skill in a digital world
•    How to use the De Bono's 6 Thinking Hat method for critical and creative thinking


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What members learned from this tutorial

Broadened perspectives; another tool for assisting students to think creatively and critically; useful tool for me to use when reporting back to teachers post working with individual students  - Lorraine NSW

De Bono's 6 Thinking Hats can help a teacher aide like me to improve student engagement during one-or-one or group support sessions.  Sometimes, it is challenging to draw out a response from students during a support session but using the 6 thinking hats can help us come up with the right questions to ask and get the student engaged in the activity - Zillah QLD

I can  use most of the Thinking Hats when dealing with behaviour management not only in the classroom but also out in the playground - Michelle QLD

It was great to have the 6 Thinking Hats modelled so that makes it easier to apply.  Asking the right type of questions to elicit responses and thinking of issues from different angles - Kerry QLD

never take things at face value, question further if unsure; develop the questioning skill in students - Jacqueline VIC