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Just the Facts? No Way! Getting Students Engaged in Critical Thinking 
March 20, 2012   4:00pm - 5:00pm
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

Instructors always hear about the need to promote students’ complex critical thinking skills instead of simple memorization. Yet some students in our classrooms complain that critical thinking is boring and too hard. This session will help you simplify and energize critical thinking in your classroom. We will share ideas, examples, and activities to demonstrate methods that can be adapted for use with any subject matter to help develop students' critical thinking skills.

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