When Teaching Thinking Does Not Work, What Goes Wrong?
by Robert J. Sternberg & Marie Martin — 1988
This article offers four models of what may be going wrong in the transmission of thinking skills from textbooks and teachers to students. Sources of the problem are identified and possible solutions, alternatives, and strategies of "teaching for thinking" are described. (Source: ERIC)
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