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Using self-questioning to promote pupils' process skills thinking

@article{Chin2006UsingST,
  title={Using self-questioning to promote pupils' process skills thinking},
  author={C. Chin},
  journal={The School science review},
  year={2006},
  volume={87},
  pages={113-123}
}
  • C. Chin
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • The School science review
  • Process skills are an important aspect of scientific enquiry. The ability to ask oneself questions can elicit and promote self-regulated, reflective thinking. Thus, self-questioning that is directed towards the use of process skills offers much potential in fostering critical thinking in pupils. This article presents a framework for self-questioning that could develop pupils' process skills. 
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