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Sustained Shared Thinking is a powerful technique for encouraging children to solve problems and extend their thinking skills.
It costs nothing, you need no specialist equipment – and it is fun to do. Research has shown how those settings with the best quality engage children in Sustained Shared Thinking regularly.
In these Guidelines I cover:
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The very best Sustained Shared Thinking can be developed by practicing a few techniques, such as active listening and positive questioning, and having an understanding of the value of Sustained Shared Thinking in every day practice.
The goal of this course is to explain these techniques, with examples of how and when to use them, so that you can interact with the children more effectively and encourage them to think more deeply.
It teaches you what you need to know in simple, bite sized chunks that you can access at your own convenience whenever and wherever you want.
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