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Concept of Higher Order Thinking Skills or HOTS in Education: Join WIZKLUB!!!

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Higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) is a highly popular concept used in American education, making its way to the Indian education sector as well. WizKlub based in Bangalore is one of the prominent names in the education sector bringing in the concept of HOTS in the country.

What is HOTS?

HOTS stands for Higher Order Thinking Skills. It is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy model which works on few important levels to promote higher-order thinking in children aged between 6 and 13 years of age. HOTS help in children to move from low order learning to higher order learning, using the Taxonomy’s levels of synthesizing, analyzing, reasoning, comprehending, application, and evaluation. Later on, these levels were revised as remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, revising, and creating. The basic difference between HOTS and LOTS (lower-order thinking skills) is that in the latter, a child learns through memorization and in the former, a child learns to understand and then apply the knowledge. This gives the child an edge over the other children who follow the traditional mode of learning.

HOTS program by WizKlub

WizKlub is a next-gen ed-Tech company that has combined technology with research in cognitive learning to empower k-8 kids with skills required to succeed in the coming decade.

Wizklub is on a mission to create a million thinking minds by developing their Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). The WizKlub HOTS program is scientifically designed for holistic cognitive development of kids aged 6-13 years across Reasoning, Comprehension, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving. The programs are delivered on a Tablet facilitated by a WizKlub Tutor Partner at her home. There are over 200+ centers in Bangalore

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HOW WizKlub HOTS program can help children?

WizKlub helps your child to master 35 higher order thinking skills that help him or her to be at a competitive edge over others.  Using WizKlub’s HOTS program in education can help children in the following ways:

  • Remembering (the child knows to gather information)
  • Understand (the child comprehends the information)
  • Appy (the child knows to apply and make use of knowledge gathered)
  • Analyze (the child gets to the depth of the information)
  • Evaluate (the child knows to judge the outcome)
  • Create (generate new ideas and solve problems by putting information together)

Your child will be able to move from lower-order thinking (memorizing and recalling facts) to higher-order thinking (producing new or original work). This program helps students to become more creative thinkers and better problem solvers.

Interested to give your child the edge? Or are you interested to be a tutor partner with WizKlub?

Connect with WizKlub at +91 96203 92786 | +91 96201 14786 or Email at info@wizklub.com. If you are interested to be a tutor partner, get in touch with GharSeNaukri.com team at 9266660121 or visit WizKlub Tutor Partner


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