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Thinking about our thinking whilst engaged on solving or working through an issue is also referred to as metacognition and the process as metalearning. , 2008). The schools were selected for study because they were known to be very good at counteracting UAch. Key factors showing how case study schools were successful are discussed in the final chapter. The role of creativity in teaching and learning is often ignored of late. However, it is when more creative options and open-ended opportunities are offered that pupils and students feel satisfaction and pleasure.
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Oral expression, though, does become more complex in print-orientated societies, such as Shakespeare’s solo invention of about 1700 words in the sixteenth century when most of the population of England could not read. My term, ‘electronic literacy’, describes competence in electronic communication. Its explosion since the late twentieth century is bringing immeasurable changes in communication and style of thinking to those who are Able, Gifted and Talented Underachievers, Second Edition Edited by Diane Montgomery C 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd 41 42 Nature and Identification of Underachievement electronically literate, greatly increasing new vistas of the world which are closed to those who are not (Kress, 2003; Ong, 2002).