Teaching critical thinking in the K-12 classroom is easier said than done, yet, as technology becomes more adamant in our children’s lives, it becomes increasingly important to deliver.
Promoting critical thinking skills in the classroom is crucial to preparing students for the future.
Teaching creative thinking inspirationally, divergently, laterally, systematically and aesthetically enables students to find new solutions for future work.
Critical and creative thinking are important skills that can be used in just about any profession, including education, but they can be tricky to teach the right way.
The 10 Brain based learning strategies in this FREE eBook defines the strategy and how to implement them in your teaching.
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