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Institut für Fremdsprachenberufe May 11
“Facilitating critical thinking as a course separate from subject area integration shows stronger outcomes.” 82% of Finnish teachers said promoting independent critical thinking was one of their most important goals.
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thinkLaw 4m
How much do you know about teaching critical thinking? Try our 6 question quiz and find out😀
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Melissa Gatt May 11
I do like these sentence starters. It’s all about the phrasing of statements and/or questions. Build
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Ms. Goodall May 13
Developing Critical Thinking and Rich Inquiry in Civics PD today with !
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WONDR 27m
The ability to think critically helps separate you from following to innovating 💡🔑 Critical thinking isn't just about thinking rationally, it's about thinking independently, such as formulating your own opinions and drawing your own conclusions.
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ORION 39m
Of course it has! is not working
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Mary Chaktsiris 1h
Hm. Worth a read. Excerpt: "intellectual inequality....the fact that some people have the resources to try to understand our society while most do not."
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Deb Hogg, found in the library📚🐨🦉🏝🌺🙏😝 5h
for finding a way forward...
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Hayley Dean 8h
Finland is winning the war on fake news. Other nations want the blueprint. The importance of teaching and while encouraging a strong self and social awareness and social justice.
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Tracy Bozarth 1h
How do you survive a plane crash in Northern Canada? Ask these students. They will tell you what supplies they need and WHY they need them.
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Bluebell E. May 19
I am perfectly serious. Think Critically and Demmand Evidence. If I am massively ignorant then why are you reluctant to enlighten me? have you joined a ?
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Matthew Vargas 16m
I feel like the saying, “I’m not [racist / homophobic / sexist]. I hate everyone equally” is a cop out and a means to avoid addressing one’s prejudices.
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Frank W. Baker 3h
"The most basic level of —the encouragement of —should be as much as a part of academic study as decoding red, yellow, and green lights."
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Eye Level Cambridge May 18
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Lynn Nikkanen 17h
Russia's neighbor has developed a blueprint for countering misinformation. Can it be exported to the rest of the world?
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Eka Maya May 18
Terrorists in Indonesia do not represent any religions. They are created, trained, and facilitated to make people hate certain religion! Now, we know who have created, trained, and facilitated them. They will perform terrors when they are asked to.
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RobynMcIntyre 17h
Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds | The New Yorker
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Heather V. Blackwell 3h
Kindergarteners are hard at work trying to this morning
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Urban Unveil 9h
We often feel attracted about a specific past period that captivated us by its power to break with tradition. We are dumb. And I’m the first. What about ?
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Insight Assessment 3h
Great insight on teaching via yesterday's ! Check it out!
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