By contrast, inflexible thinkers are more likely to avoid consideration of competing answers and explanations, (p. 6) We live in times characterized by rapid change and global connections. [...] schools must re-evaluate how they are preparing students for success in the 21st century. Because practice with mental flexibility should be engaging and non-threatening, we suggest keeping the "stakes" low so that students can readily push beyond their current thinking capabilities.
Turn the Kaleidoscope Fifteen Strategies To Shift Perspectives When Learning by MaryAnn Davies, Caro
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