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"A practical and useful resource. Covers 14 specific thinking skills, explains why each skill is important, and describes when and where we use it. The book presents strategies for use in school and gives bridging activities to use at home and in the community."
"This book seamlessly blends theory with practical, real-life applications and activities that can be completed quickly and easily in both school and home/community settings. This encourages a partnership between all stakeholders to help students succeed."
"The idea that cognitive potential can be unlocked has become a powerful and influential idea in all sectors of education, be it early childhood education or higher education. This book consists of a series of activities framed by the most up-to-date thinking and research on cognition and mediation. The book makes available to parents, teachers, caregivers, community workers, and counselors a thought-provoking stance on thinking and learning and easy-to-apply techniques for getting it right."
"Using real-world examples and applications, this book makes cognitive psychology and cognitive education accessible to all those who work with children and other learners. The format is easy to follow, as the authors explore one key cognitive strategy in each chapter. I immediately felt more confident in applying my new thinking and understanding to my practice."
"A valuable companion text for educators and others utilizing Reuven Feuerstein's programs and methods for the teaching of thinking. The authors provide practical examples and clearly illustrate how to effectively mediate each of the fourteen areas of thinking identified by Feuerstein."
"Effective learning of thinking strategies and skills requires inspired bridging to meaningful examples. The authors share exciting up-to-date examples, particularly for bridging generally to all learning, to personal and community health, and to technology."