This is the Best Examples of the Six Thinking Hats

What do learners need to be able to do?

All learners, especially those belonging to international programs, are bound to be able to overcome future challenges in both local and global contexts. Hence, they need to have the necessary skills, knowledge and awareness.

This is the Best Examples of the Six Thinking Hats
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The first and foremost skill to have is thinking skill. To be able to survive and excel in the future, learners need to have flexible, dynamic and creative minds that would allow them to adapt to and manipulate the ever-changing world. 

They must be able to think critically; employing all six levels of thinking skills as in Bloom’s Taxonomy: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Moreover, learners must also be able to think logically and objectively by looking at both sides of the coin.

De Bono’s six thinking hats help students acquire those abilities. They help students manage their logical thinking and feelings in overcoming challenges. Thus, this lesson aims to enable learners learn and use the skills in their daily lives.

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By: Nadiya Ahya Hayati, SS.

1 comment for "This is the Best Examples of the Six Thinking Hats"

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