Part 1: Students' Learning.
1: Description of the TSC Project. 2: Pedagogical Considerations in Teaching a Thinking Strategy as an Explicit Educational Goal. 3: "To Know Or Not To Know" - The Elusive Nature of Learning a Thinking Strategy. 4: Teaching Thinking Skills and Science Knowledge: Two Competing or Two Complementary Goals? 5: Assessing Students' Reasoning Ability Following The Implementation of the TSC Project.
Part 2: Teachers' Professional Development.
Introduction to Part Two. 6: Teachers' Thinking in Previous Studies. 7: Educational Context and Research Methodology. 8: Two Possible Pedagogies for Teaching Higher Order Thinking: Transmission of Information Versus Knowledge Construction. 9: Teachers' Knowledge about the Treatment of Students' Wrong Answers. 10: Teachers' Beliefs about Low Achieving Students and Higher Order Thinking. 11: Teachers' Metacognitive Knowledge and the Teaching of Higher Order Thinking. 12: Assessing Professional Development Following Pre-Service and In-Service Courses. 13: What Did We Learn?