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Critical Thinking in the Classroom
A Practitioner’s Guide

by Sandra L. Love, Ed.D., & Rebecca Stobaugh, Ph.D.
Available for Order May 2018

A comprehensive guide to help teachers embed critical thinking into K-12 instruction with over 100 practical ideas for any classroom.

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“Education is not the learning of the facts, but the training of the mind to think.”
—Albert Einstein

Without critical thinking, students often make assumptions without asking questions, or memorize without understanding. By teaching and modeling critical thinking skills in our K-12 classrooms, we can help all students learn how to think about the information they encounter in the classroom today and in their future at college and in the workplace.

This book provides a foundation for teaching critical thinking, including over 100 practical tools and strategies to ensure effective implementation. A variety of thinking frameworks and other research from educational leaders and researchers help to frame the practical ideas.

Table of Contents

  • The Importance of Critical Thinking
  • Thinking Frameworks
  • Creating a Culture of Critical Thinking
  • Strategies that Promote Critical Thinking
  • Critical Thinking and Student Movement
  • Critical Thinking Acronyms and Organizers
  • Fusing Critical Thinking with Digital Tools
  • Effective Questioning Practices to Spur Thinking
  • Implementation

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