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© PMB 2007 Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities Unit 1 Rationale and Overview
© PMB 2007 Learning Intentions You will: know about the Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities framework; know the different types of Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities within each strand; and have an awareness of the implications for classroom practice.
© PMB 2007 Why the Emphasis on TS&PC? They promote active learning. They shift focus from teaching to learning. They create positive habits and dispositions. They promote independence. They enable transfer of learning. They provide new criteria for learning. They promote deeper understanding.
© PMB 2007 Why the Emphasis on TS&PC? Knowledge arts – the art and craft of learning Knowing a lot vs. know-how
© PMB 2007 & Managing Information Working with OthersSelf-Management Thinking, Problem-Solving & Decision-Making Being Creative
© PMB 2007 Activity 1 Interrogating the Framework
© PMB 2007 Activity 1 Interrogating the Framework Think about and record: What specific skills or capabilities would your pupils develop in your strand?
© PMB 2007 Matching the Strands Up
© PMB 2007 Managing Information Asking, Accessing, Selecting, Recording, Integrating Ask focused questions. Plan and set goals, break tasks into sub-tasks. Use own and others ideas to locate sources of information. Select, classify, compare and evaluate information. Select the most appropriate method for a task. Use a range of methods for collating, recording and representing information. Learning Outcome: Research and manage information effectively...
© PMB 2007 Thinking, Problem-Solving, Decision Making Searching for Meaning, Deepening Understanding, Coping with Challenges Sequence, order, classify, and make comparisons. Make predictions, examine evidence, and distinguish fact from opinion. Make links between cause and effect. Justify methods, opinions and conclusions. Generate possible solutions, try out alternative approaches, and evaluate outcomes. Examine options, weigh up pros and cons. Use different types of questions. Make connections between learning in different contexts. Learning Outcome: Show deeper … understanding by thinking critically and flexibly, solving problems, and making informed decisions.
© PMB 2007 Being Creative Imagining, Generating, Inventing, Taking Risks for Learning Seek out questions to explore and problems to solve. Experiment with ideas and questions. Make new connections between ideas/information. Learn from and value other peoples ideas. Make ideas real by experimenting with different designs, actions and outcomes. Challenge the routine method. Value the unexpected or surprising. See opportunities in mistakes and failure. Take risks for learning. Learning Outcome: Demonstrate creativity and initiative when developing ideas and following them through.
© PMB 2007 Working with Others Being collaborative, Being Sensitive to Others Feelings, Being Fair and Responsible Listen actively and share opinions. Develop routines of turn-taking, sharing and cooperating. Give and respond to feedback. Understand how actions and words affect others. Adapt behaviour and language to suit different people and situations. Take personal responsibility for work with others and evaluate own contribution to the group. Be fair. Respect the views and opinions of others, reaching agreements using negotiation and compromise. Suggest ways of improving the approach to working together. Learning Outcome: Work effectively with others.
© PMB 2007 Self-Management Evaluating Strengths and Weaknesses, Setting Goals and Targets, Managing and Regulating Self Be aware of personal strengths, limitations and interests. Set personal targets and review them. Manage behaviour in a range of situations. Organise and plan how to go about a task. Focus, sustain attention and persist with tasks. Review own learning and some aspect that might be improved. Learn ways to manage own time. Seek advice when necessary. Compare own approach with others and in different contexts. Learning Outcome: Demonstrate self-management by working systematically, persisting with tasks, evaluating and improving own performance.
© PMB 2007 Matching the Strands Up Nothing is new. Some of the language may be different to what we are familiar with. There is some overlap between skills and strands. The bullets are not statutory.
© PMB 2007 Summary of the TS&PC Frameworks Key Characteristics Provide a common language across the curriculum Strands overlap Skills will naturally cluster Skills should be delivered in and through the Areas of Learning
© PMB 2007 Activity 2 The Implications of TS&PC for Classroom Practice
© PMB 2007 Summary TS&PCs develop the tools, habits and dispositions for lifelong learning. The TS&PC framework brings together different types of thinking skills along with personal and interpersonal skills and capabilities. The different strands that make up the framework overlap and interact with each other. Few of these skills and capabilities are new, but if we are to develop them explicitly, this will have implications on our pedagogy.
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