Comparative concepts

The comparative concepts are 8 ideas that are particularly significant to authentic critical thinking, and will help students to frame their opinions and discussions, and create an effective portfolio or EPQ.

Understanding and using these concepts will help to clarify the way knowledge is produced and used across the curriculum, and facilitate a comparison of the nature of knowledge in different subject areas.

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