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Sustained shared thinking is ‘when two or more individuals “work together” in an intellectual way to solve a problem, clarify a concept, evaluate an activity, extend a narrative etc.’ Sylva et al, 2004
This session will explore how adults and children can work together as co-researchers to learn together about the world around them. We will consider the idea of scientific enquiry and how effective questions can enable children to think further about what fascinates them. We will learn more about how to create a thinking environment that provokes, ignites and promotes awe and wonder with adults and children as equal thinkers. We will find out about how skilful interactions with children can incorporate higher order skills such as hypothesising, reasoning and making links in learning.