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Standard 5:Knowledge of Classroom and Instructional Management- 5.5 Understand the cognitive processes associated with various kinds of learning (e.g. critical and creative thinking, problem structuring and problem solving, invention, memorization and recall) and ensure attention to these learning processes so that students can master content standards. -Thanksgiving + Critical Thinking

This is a collection of 52 non routine problems. Non-Routine math problems are problems that do not have a conventional way to solve them. There can be many ways to approach these types of problems. They will also expand a student’s mathematical reasoning. $

This would be good to display in the classroom to remind students how to problem solve using their critical thinking skills.

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$ Daily Math Puzzlers Level B - Complete daily program for teaching students how to solve word problems - includes all the printables you need to make the system work - preview online before purchasing

Great Verbs to help explain Blooms..... and create activities for higher level thinking skills in the classroom.

Invention Idea Box (Love this idea!)...great for critical thinking! THIS WOULD BE GREAT IN THE ART ROOM AS A SPARE TIME ACTIVITY

This is a good chart for critical thinking and problem solving. It is a step by step break down of what questions you should be asking yourself when critically thinking about a topic and trying to solve an issue.