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Critical thinking - Going beyond description

Paws for thought. By Amro, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License

The second table on this page contrasts descriptive aspects of writing with critical and analytical aspects of writing. For example descriptive writings states what happened, whereas critical and analytical writing identifies the significance of what happened. 84 more words

Writing And Thinking

Can #movements create #change?

Can #movements create #change?

Movements ride the wave. That’s basically what going viral means, right? It starts from nowhere, it swells, and it peaks – and then there’s the opposite side of the cycle: it declines. 613 more words

Fake news or not? Reading skills as practical life exercise

Reading something is one side but understanding it is the other. In schools we teach our children to read properly and answer questions to see if they understood it. 911 more words


Shame on you

Dear President Trump,

A friend who has been reading my letters to you told me today she’s noticed the more recent ones feel different from the early ones, though she can’t put her finger on why. 414 more words

Your Base

Thinking 12:2 Style* with the First Principles: The First Principle of Law

by Rob Lundberg

This is the final installment in this series on Thinking 12:2 Style. The First Principles are the starting points for where we need to understand epistemologically and in some cases metaphysically about reality. 512 more words

Rob Lundberg

T3 February: What's Working?

In past T3 meetings, we’ve never had a good chunk of time dedicated to talking about the work that our teachers are doing in the classroom, so this month, we focused solely on sharing what has been working well. 760 more words

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