What Do You Think? Thought-Provoking Questions Lead to Critical-Thinking Skills (Ages 7-11)
Developing critical-thinking skills helps students explore their thoughts and opinions, focus, improve intellect, and leads to rational thinking. Also, it is fun! Young people like the opportunity to be asked “what they think”.
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People who do not have good critical thinking skills are more at risk of being manipulated, deceived, or mindlessly led to conclusions someone else wants them to have. The format if the class is simple, thought-provoking questions will be asked and students will be given the opportunity to respond. Thought-provoking questions can inspire, fascinate and entertain. More importantly, thought-provoking questions lead to critical-thinking skills which offer many benefits including: ...
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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I have a masters degree in education/school counseling. I have been in education for over 30 years working at all levels. I started in middle school which I loved but then was asked to go to various elementary schools. I was a little skeptical...