Six Starting Point for Thinking

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  4 Six Starting Points for Thinking Here are the six Starting Points for Thinking we are going to use and practise throughout this guide together to share and understand our ideas.   The six Starting Points for Thinking are a synthesis of what we consider to be some of the essential starting points for developing thinking students and thinking schools. You may already use some of these strategies. While there are programmes and resources for each of these areas, in this guide we are modelling the use of some of these strategies and how they work together. We also hope you will try out some of these ideas in your school. Reflective Questioning high quality questioning and listening skills Thinking Skills explicit use of cognitive processes  Visual Mapping the use of visual tools to map out ideas Collaborative Networking between us in pairs, groups, schools, and global networks Developing Dispositions characteristics, dispositions, and habits of mind are engaged Structuring Environment considering how the physical space is organised and resources used        When you see a Starting Point Symbol, look for emphasis of this point in the content. Stage 1: Getting Started
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