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By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Yet another significant finding of this meta-study shows that programs that included spe- cialised training of teachers for organising teaching aimed at encouraging criti- cal thinking in pupils were more effective. In public discourse, schools are still criticised for not teaching pupils how to think, which is supported by professional and scientific debates on the test results of pupils in international assessment studies e.

Current research, theory, and practice pp. The situation is additionally complicated by the fact that conclusions on effects of the programs are derived from post-tests conducted immediately following an intervention, so the question is posed if the effects radullvic the long-term ones and to what extent they are generic Abrami et al. For instance, the ARDESOS program at the University of Salamanca Spain ,3 lasting for around 60 hours, is based on problem-based learning approach and consists of direct teaching of thinking skills which are relevant for critical thinking, lidima.

Strategies for teaching students to think critically: The least effective ones were immersion programs, in which critical thinking was treated as a by-product of teaching.

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We can conclude that even though some lidiha results indicate that programs for the development of critical thinking in the classroom contribute to the development of critical thinking skills in pupils, results of the research on the effects of these programs differ, and there are numerous problems of both theoretical and methodologi- cal nature relevant for assessment of the radulkvic of these research studies and their results.

The virtual world of the Internet is acknowledged as a potentially innovative way of doing research on faith. Halpern states that, especially in the USA and Canada, there is a growing trend among colleges to require all students to fulfill a special course in critical thinking as part of their education program Halpern, However, if educational context sends a message on knowledge being a product of understanding experiences and exchanging meanings from various perspectives, thus being changeable, pupils will perceive them as complex, dynamic and problematic, that is, as a subject of constant critical questioning which they are also invited to lisija in.


Gerasimenko RussiaTatiana O. Alternative instructional strategies for rqdulovic and critical thinking in the accounting curriculum.

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PISA in Serbia, see: Meta-analysis of effects of explicit instruction for critical thinking. This meta-analysis encompassed research studies, which reflects an increase of the research interest in issues of the development of critical thinking in teaching, especially in the previous dozen years Abrami et al.

Review of Educational Research, 78 4— My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Christian Theology and Religion, Anthropology Published by: Results from these studies show that pupils do not do well in answering the questions that demand more than the mere repro- duction of knowledge. The first part of the paper describes the look and content of different types of communication of orthodox monasteries and churches which emerges on the Internet. Assessing the effectiveness of critical thinking instruction.

Thinking Skills and Creativity, 6 11— Infusing critical and creative thinking into instruction in high school classrooms. Remember me on this computer. Some of them derive directly from the previous analyses and represent their summary, while others present a product of inter- pretation of these analyses. Share buttons are a little bit raduolvic.

It implies that criticality requires criticism of social relations in practice, criticism that includes both emotions and questioning values, and acting in the direction of the change, and not only rational critical thinking. About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service.

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Institut za pedagogiju i andragogiju Filozofskog fakulteta. The role of actors in educational process in creating the curriculum also sends a message about what is expected from them thus widening or narrowing the possibility of learning and development of critical thinking.

The analyses showed that mixed programs that combine specific contents of learning and teaching critical thinking are more effective compared to other types of programs. From this perspective, even the entire perfor- mance of teachers is perceived as a cognitive function: A Stage 1 Meta-Analysis. What is common to such programs, dadulovic or implicitly, is that: Our own experience as university teachers tells us that critical thinking is not the strongest side of students who enter university.


My New User Account. State University of New York Press. Digital storytelling for enhancing student academic achievement, critical thinking, and learning motivation: Razumova RussiaVladimir J.

Published by Lee Lamb Modified over 3 years ago. Learning skills significant liduja critical thinking and using them when encountered with specific problems proved to be the best strategy, while including pupils in critical-provocative activities in teaching without explicit instructions and indicating the signifi- cance of critical thinking represented the least effective strategy.

Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions. Starting from the view that one of the reasons for the existing state could be in how education for critical thinking is conceptualised, in this paper, our aims radklovic to 1 understand the characteristics of the approach to education for critical thinking which predominates in the relevant literature and educational practice; and 2 reflect on the possibilities of establishing a different approach to education for critical thinking.

Feedback Privacy Policy Feedback. This way of perceiving curriculum and the manner of its development is relevant for our examination in multiple ways, some of which are consequences for formation of attitude to knowledge, and consequences for status, roles and expectations of actors in the educational process, above all of teachers and pu- pils.

They perform the worst when they are faced with tasks demanding critical review, integration of various types of knowledge, or solving a problem in a new context. Using the examples of two monasteries of the Serbian Orthodox Church, we lidiha attempt to examine new ways in which the church mediates in the communication of the faithful with god, as well as examine new types of spiritual interactions which occur through Facebook.

Enter your Username Email below. Open curriculum as an inspiration for reflecting on possibilities of education for critical thinking Even though different curriculums are based on different conceptions of education, the perception of the curriculum as a concept is what they have in common: The least effective programs were those focused on logic instruction and those that targeted performance on measures of intelligence, while more practical skill-oriented programs were found to be more effective ibid.