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  • Emergence happens when relatively simple elements combine together to form a higher-order system (ibid.) 5.

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  • Emergence happens when relatively simple elements combine together to form a higher-order system (ibid.) 5.

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  • In the first case, students' dreams and higher-order contributions to the economy will be postponed a postponement that may go on indefinitely if interruptions lead to loss of momentum and dropping out of school.

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  • That rate has increased 36% in the past 25 years, partly because of an increase in elective cesarean section, an increase in older mothers and the growing use of assisted reproduction, which increases the risk of twins, triples and higher-order multiple births, the report says.

    1 million premature babies die each year, report finds

  • Children were expected to learn routine cognitive skills and content that would last a lifetime, rather than learning higher-order thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills that would help them be lifelong learners.

    Arne Duncan: Uncommon Wisdom on Teaching

  • How one can do higher-order thinking in math, social studies, or any other discipline while clueless about lower-order knowledge and skills remains a mystery to those of us who are not in tune with the latest best practices in K-12.

    Outrage at banning spelling tests

  • * A research process to develop higher-order critical and creative thinking skills

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  • * A research process to develop higher-order critical and creative thinking skills

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  • * A research process to develop higher-order critical and creative thinking skills

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  • And they provide teachers with more autonomy to help students' master higher-order skills, like adaptability, communication, and critical thinking, all of which are keys to success in the information age.

    Arne Duncan: Uncommon Wisdom on Teaching

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