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Cooperative Learning &. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Cooperative Learning & Higher Level Thinking: The Question Matrix.
Cooperative Learning and Higher Level Thinking: The Q-Matrix with Question Manipulatives. A Cooperative Method of Learning Logic and Analysis in Genealogy: The Power of Truth, Evidence, and Analytical Thinking. by William M. Litchman.
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The Q-Matrix includes 36 question stems arranged in a cognitive hierarchy. Based on the Q-Matrix in Cooperative Learning and Higher Level Thinking: The Q Matrix by Chuck Wiederhold and Spencer Kagan. Kagan Cooperative Learning, 1998. Stems 1–12 can generate literal questions, stems 13–24 can generate inferential questions, and stems 25–36 can generate evaluative questions. Step 1: Introduce the Q-Matrix. Model how to use a stem to generate a question about. For example, I’m going to use stem 5 to write a question about The Day It Snowed Marshmallows. Reaching All Readers.
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The Higher-Level Thinking Book & Class Manipulative Set The Q–Matrix Chuck Wiederhold (All Grades) Turn your classroom into a powerful think tank as students work in cooperative teams to easily generate and answer their own higher-level thinking questions
The Higher-Level Thinking Book & Class Manipulative Set The Q–Matrix Chuck Wiederhold (All Grades) Turn your classroom into a powerful think tank as students work in cooperative teams to easily generate and answer their own higher-level thinking questions. The book is a classic bestseller that guides you through a powerful process and set of materials to generate higher-level thinking on any topic. Students sharpen their thinking skills and dig deep into the content as they ask and answer higher-level thinking questions.
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Student Questioning using the Thinking Hats White Hat – List the facts expressed in the text. Red Hat – List the feelings inferred in the text and explain the reasons for your thinking. Green Hat – Explain how this situation might have occurred. Arm, M.
Cooperative learning is an educational approach which aims to organize classroom activities into academic and social learning experiences. There is much more to cooperative learning than merely arranging students into groups, and it has been described as "structuring positive interdependence. Students must work in groups to complete tasks collectively toward academic goals.