Critical Thinking Skills

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Scheffer and Rubenfeld identify the skills and provide examples of activity statements that allow students to demonstrate and develop those skills.

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Edutopia provides blogs and other resources for critical thinking.  Whether via classroom discussions, analysis of written text, higher-order questioning, or other strategies, learn and share ways to help students go deeper with their thinking.

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The Foundation for Critical Thinking is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote essential change in education and society through the cultivation of fair-minded critical thinking--thinking which embodies intellectual empathy, intellectual humility, intellectual perseverance, intellectual integrity and intellectual responsibility.

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Habits of Mind in the Curriculum by Dr. Arthur Costa and Dr. Bena Kallick.

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The Habits of Mind Institute provides this rubric for a self-assessment of your own use of habits of mind!

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The Institute for Habits of Mind, founded by Dr. Arthur Costa and Dr. Bena Kallick, is an international organization which helps educators, parents, and all who care for children to learn, practice, and infuse the Habits of Mind into their work and their lives.

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Pinterest offers several resources on critical thinking.

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Pinterest offers several resources on Marzano's Dimensions of Learning, including critical thinking.

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Sixteen Habits of Mind as identified by Art Costa and Bena Kallick.

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This page was last updated: 11/15/23