Teaching approaches: Higher order

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It may seem slightly unusual that 'higher order' is given a special category here. Higher order thinking refers to thinking regarding critical problem solving and judgement skills, particularly those around novel situations. It is associated with the higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy. It is separated out here to give the spread of resources which explore higher order questioning, assessment, enquiry, and reasoning, for example. You could explore different sorts of task which probe these advanced thinking skills, and think about how to implement them in your own teaching.

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