Teaching Higher Order Thinking skills (HOTS) is currently at the center of educational attention.
In particular, the revised Management curriculum, how it has shifted its emphasis to the fostering of HOTS. In general, it measures of Higher Order Thinking including all intellectual tasks that call for more than the retrieval of information.
Therefore, in broad terms, HOTS can be considered as the skills required for performing these tasks. Five fundamental HOTS have been identified in the Syllabus. They are:
- Problem Solving Skills
- Inquiring skills.
- Reasoning Skills
- Communicating Skills
- Conceptualizing Skills.
These fundamental and intertwining ways of learning Leadership & Management. Thinking and using Management knowledge are considered important in Management education.