Marschall, C. (2019, September 10). 3 Ways to Boost Students’ Conceptual Thinking. Retrieved September 12, 2019.

Teachers can help students shift from surface learning to more depth of learning, explains Carla Marschall of United World College South East Asia. In this blog post, Marschall suggests three ways to promote conceptual thinking, including categorizing, naming and sorting activities that encourage making connections among lessons and applying knowledge to other situations.

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