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Leadership Through the Ages

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An infographic designed to assist in leadership development courses by helping participants to increase their awareness of leaders and leadership theory.

 

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http://visual.ly/leadership-through-ages

 


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Critical Thinking Skills

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Fantastic graphic Blooms taxonomy


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Critical Thinking

A look at some of the principles of critical thinking.

 

===> Gust MEES: Very informative, A MUST READ! <===


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Can We Teach Creative and Critical Thinking? - Education - GOOD

Can We Teach Creative and Critical Thinking? - Education - GOOD | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it
What are the elements of a lesson plan to teach students how to think creatively and critically? And how do we measure what they've learned?

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Get free critical thinking resources

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I. Lesson Planning with ProCon.org


Lesson Plan Ideas Using ProCon.org


15 National Teaching Standards Used by Incorporating ProCon.org Content into Lesson Plans

 

Update [August 09, 2012]: read also http://libraryjuicepress.com/blog/?p=117

 

 

 

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Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s comment, August 7, 2012 7:38 PM
You might want to check this out: http://libraryjuicepress.com/blog/?p=117
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Overloaded with information, students need critical thinking skills - University World News

Overloaded with information, students need critical thinking skills - University World News | omnia mea mecum fero | Scoop.it

A great post by Adam Peck, dean of student affairs at Stephen F Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.

 

"Students today have unprecedented access to information. According to educator Karl Fisch, in one week of reading The New York Times, an individual will encounter more information than people in the 18th century would have had access to during the entire course of their lives.

 

It is not surprising that in this atmosphere, students appear to be growing increasingly dogmatic and are less able to engage in civil discourse with others with whom they disagree. Perhaps this is because they cannot accurately explain what people who oppose them actually believe. In truth, they often lack consistency in their own beliefs as well.......

 

In summary, despite the tremendous educational potential of the information age, students seem to be less prepared to critically evaluate information or determine and defend what they believe. Colleges and universities need to find ways to leverage this resource to create the kind of learning demanded by our changing times."


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Six Vintage-Inspired Animations on Critical Thinking

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A field guide to the art and science of the solid argument.

 

Australian outfit Bridge 8, who have the admirable mission of devising “creative strategies for science and society,” and animator James Hutson have created six fantastic two-minute animations on various aspects of critical thinking, aimed at kids ages 8 to 10 but also designed to resonate with grown-ups.

 

Inspired by the animation style of the 1950s, most recognizably Saul Bass, the films are designed to promote a set of educational resources on critical thinking by TechNYou, an emerging technologies public information project funded by the Australian government.

 


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