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Why Sherlock Holmes isn’t deducting anything

By Jason Buckley | May 25, 2023

Right now, the bestselling book in our shop isn’t on philosophy. It’s on metacognition. Schools worldwide are keen to learn more about metacognitive strategies after the EEF found it to be “very high impact for very low cost based on extensive evidence”. So this week, an activity from said book – Thinking Moves A-Z, which, for …

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