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Developing Critical Thinking Skills

March 15, 2018 at 02:00:00 PM · Central Time (US & Canada)
By Brains ON! (3.7 stars · 40 reviews )
About This Webinar

A critical thinker is able to understand the connections among ideas; focus on relevant information and screen out the irrelevant; use good reasoning and problem-solving techniques; assess their own assumptions; and reflect deeply on their own thinking processes.

The need for critical thinking skills in today’s world is more pervasive than ever. Critical thinking is vital for academic achievement as well as for success in the workplace. In this webinar, Lemi-Ola Erinkitola, founder of The Critical Thinking Child will address some underappreciated facets of helping children become critical thinkers.

  • The cognitive foundation for critical thinking
  • Developing powers of observation and pattern recognition
  • Problem-solving from kindergarten through college
  • Promoting higher-order thinking in reading and math
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: b09c1622afed
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Betsy Hill
President, BrainWare Learning Company
Betsy Hill is an experienced educator and has studied the application of neuroscience to teaching and learning with Dr. Patricia Wolfe and other experts and works with educators, clinicians and corporate trainers on using neuroscience research to...
Webinar hosting presenter
Founder, The Critical Thinking Child
Lemi-Ola Erinkitoal is an author and award-winning educator. She provides parent coaching and fosters students’ academic achievement through cognitive brain development and critical thinking skills. Her brain training boot camp program was...
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Educators, parents, clinicians and others who want to use the latest neuroscience research in practical ways to help their students, children and themselves reach their full potential.