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comment Can we increase our higher order thinking (HOT) skills by practicing inductive reasoning?
@Mostauskis I think we talk about different Higher-order thinking here, it nothing to do with unconscious/conscious deeper concentration level of thought.
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comment Can we increase our higher order thinking (HOT) skills by practicing inductive reasoning?
@baixiwei, pls correct me if I’m wrong, in my opinion your answer seem to imply that if we have a complete knowledge about the situation then we arrive to the conclusion/solution much faster/ efficiently. Therefore it’s not about the reasoning ability that make our HOT performance lower but our knowledge about the problem we faced. If I’m not mistaken, Piaget had mentioned this matter before in cognitive development in early childhood.
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asked Can we increase our higher order thinking (HOT) skills by practicing inductive reasoning?
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comment What is the conceptual relationship between higher order thinking and inductive reasoning?
tq, well explained. Anyway based on what u say is it possible that training in inductive reasoning will help in increasing our higher order thinking skill, if yes where to find the main literature on this
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asked What is the conceptual relationship between higher order thinking and inductive reasoning?
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comment Is metacognition an affective, cognitive, or behavioural variable?
Yes that what I mean, but research wise not quite the right word to describe the phenomenon. Maybe says I want to see the variance of both mediator effect to inductive reasoning. Children, the age where Piaget theorize as borderline between operational and formal, difference between pupil aged 10-11 and 13-14. I want to ask since your research more on seeing the larger picture, do you know what connection between higher order thinking (HOT) and inductive reasoning.
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comment Is metacognition an affective, cognitive, or behavioural variable?
Basically I want to know if metacognitive ability able to override the limitation of working memory in inductive reasoning performance among children developmentally. Well this is my dissertation topic, I model my as research question as - age (IV), working memory (mediator 1) , metacognitive (mediator 2), and inductive reasoning performance (DV).
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comment Is metacognition an affective, cognitive, or behavioural variable?
I used Junior Metacognitive Awareness Inventory (Sperling, Howard, Miller, & Murphy, 2002), a children version of Metacognitive Awareness Inventory by Schraw and Dennison. Pls explain of what further of what you say “And why inductive reasoning? Why not critical thinking in general?”.
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