Writing for TeachHub, Janelle Cox lists 10 strategies for teachers who want to enhance higher-order thinking in their students. Among these, she suggests teaching students to learn to infer, saying, You can start by giving students a picture of people standing in line at a soup kitchen. Ask them to look at the picture and focus on the details.” She also asks teachers to teach QARS—Question-Answer-Relationships. “[QARS teach students to label the type of question that is being asked, then use that information to help them formulate an answer. Students must decipher if the answer can be found in a text or on the Internet, or if they must rely on their own prior knowledge to answer it.”