Preparing students for critical thinking: Challenges and strategies
from By: Sheilamary Koch (commentary)
Being able think critically in a variety of contexts is undoubtedly a valuable life skill. The benefits of knowing how to read between the lines, see the full picture of a situation, assess the validity of a claim, make a judgement and realize when you need more information clearly extend far beyond classroom study. Yet the classroom can serve as an incubator for students to begin to develop and practice the tools that facilitate such thought processes.
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