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The Ninth Grade Learning Experience Levels of Higher-Order Thinking Skills. Crews ♦ WMC. On what should I focus my attention? Thinking & Reading & Writing (& Feeling). Why is school important?. (Without education). (With education). Self-Discovery. Abstract World. Essential Knowledge.

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The Ninth Grade Learning ExperienceLevels of Higher-Order Thinking Skills

Crews ♦WMC

On what should I focus my attention?

Thinking & Reading & Writing (& Feeling)

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Why is school important?

(Without education)

(With education)

essential knowledge

Self-Discovery

Abstract World

Essential Knowledge

Stephen Dobyns: “The arts civilize us, not by making us ‘cultured’ but by educating our feelings, by helping us live in the human community and realizing that others have interior lives similar to our own.”

NICE TO KNOW

SHOULD KNOW

MUST KNOW

Art “educates our feelings”

(Images carry emotion)

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Higher-Order Thinking Skills

What are the four key thinking skills essential to your success?

Abstraction, System Thinking, Experimentation, Collaboration

= Teach your brain how to think

abstraction

Abstraction

EXPERIENCES

Sensory World

SEE

HEAR

TOUCH

SMELL

TASTE

experimentation

Experimentation

What does it mean?

EXPERIENCE

Why is it important?

World of the Imagination

system thinking

PatternsThoughts

System Thinking

UNDERSTANDING

Fun

Childhood

Friends

Vacation

Link to the World Around Us

experimentation1

Truth vs. Falsity Value vs. Worthless Right vs. Wrong Reality vs. Fantasy Morality vs. Inhumanity Insight vs. Intuition Objective vs. SubjectiveHappiness vs. Conflict

Experimentation

!

JUDGMENT

Is it so?

Ought I to?

World of Reason and Rationality

collaboration

Collaboration

DECISION

World of Communication

the ninth grade learning experience levels of higher order thinking skills

Truth vs. Fallacy Value vs. Worthless Right vs. Wrong Reality vs. Fantasy Morality vs. Inhumanity Insight vs. Intuition Objective vs. SubjectiveHappiness vs. Conflict (Rationality and Responsibility)

The Ninth Grade Learning ExperienceLevels of Higher-Order Thinking Skills

Built upon Bernard Lonergan's, Integral Cognitional Structure of Truth and Value (Phenomenology and Logic, Toronto Press, 2001) & Robert Reich’s, Education of the Symbolic Analyst (The Work of Nations, Vintage Books, 1992)

SYSTEMS

DECISION

Ought I to?

JUDGMENT

INQUIRY

Is it so?

Patterns, Thoughts (Intelligence)

UNDERSTANDING

What?

EXPERIENCE

Data, Senses, Images (Awareness)

EVIDENCE

abstraction

system thinking

experimentation

collaboration

essential knowledge1

What is the moral of the story?

Essential Knowledge

Be aware of who you are and what you do

Seek the Truth

self discovery

What is the moral of the story?

Self-Discovery

Emotional Intelligence

Self Awareness

Self Regulation

Motivation

Empathy

Social Skill

personal edification

Personal Edification

A Clear Midnight

This is thy hour O Soul, thy free flight into the wordless,

Away from books, away from art, the day erased, the lesson done,

Thee fully forth emerging, silent, gazing, pondering the themes thou lovest best,

Night, sleep, death and the stars.

—Walt Whitman