ILS created in the summer school 2017 connected with EDU-ARCTIC project.
The scenario is "6 Thinking Hats": it means adopting different modes of thinking, characterized by six coloured hats.
Students investigate the Arctic Pole zone and the problems that occur there, nowadays.
- To learn about the Arctic Pole.
-To become aware of the climate changes at the Arctic Pole and the consequences.
- To find ways to prevent further climate change in the future.
Six Thinking Hats provides directions for adopting different modes of thinking, characterized by six coloured hats:
White: Facts, Figures Information
Red: Intuition, Feeling & Emotion
Black: Judgment & Caution
Yellow: Logical Positive
Green: Creativity & Alternatives
Blue: Overview Process control
the class can be split into smaller groups, and the thinking roles can be changed depending on the Inquiry Learning phase.
e.g. classifications, principles, theories, etc
one’s own strengths, weaknesses and knowledge level, etc
create new ideas
The activity may be organized in 2 ways:
Students working in groups according to the 6 hats roles distribution, performing different parts of the activity
Students working in groups performing all the activity and changing roles in different phases, according to the 6...