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Standards Mastery + Critical Thinking
We've build a comprehensive learning solution that weaves the 9 Traits of Critical Thinking™ into every aspect of teaching and learning. ThinkUp! equips educators with resources that support a school-wide thinking culture and deepen student engagement with standards-aligned content.
ThinkUp! Math and ELA
ThinkUp! Math and ELA were designed to develop students who can process and evaluate information at deeper levels, make informed decisions, solve complex problems, and find reasonable solutions-resulting in mastery of concepts and improved performance.
ThinkUp! Math offers consistent opportunities for students to think critically, to apply mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills, and to participate in learning activities that place emphasis on mathematical processes as well as the final solution.
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ThinkUp! ELA offers students and teachers the opportunity to integrate all domains of the ELA standards: reading, writing, speaking & listening, and language.
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The ThinkUp! Critical Thinking Student Wheels for levels 1–3, 4–5, 6–12 offer quick-and-easy access to critical thinking stems based on Bloom's Taxonomy. The wheels also feature nine traits that when fully applied, help students become active and productive thinkers as they face challenges, solve problems, make decisions, and complete tasks.
Team ThinkUp! offers educators and students a common language for critical thinking instruction at the classroom level. This focus is on making thinking visible. Team ThinkUp! encourages students to self-assess their understanding and usage of the critical thinking traits during learning.
Guide educators to design and execute instruction leading to student mastery of the standards. ThinkUp! offers educators and students a path for continual growth that leads to improved student achievement.
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