187 Results
Literary Form
187 Results
Think for yourself : the ultimate guide to critical thinking in an age of information overload —Debbink, Andrea, author.

Middle school is a time of change, when things begin to look different and assumptions start to be questioned, and today more than ever it's tough to know what to believe. This unique and timely book won't tell you what ...

A field guide to lies critical thinking in the information age —Levitin, Daniel J.
Book On CD
Availability: 1 of 1

Daniel J. Levitin shows listeners how to recognize misleading announcements, statistics, graphs, and written reports revealing the ways lying weasels can use them.

Opening minds : a parents' guide to teaching for thinking at home —Wassermann, Selma, author.

This is a resource book for parents who wish to play an active role in promoting their children's intelligent habits of mind.

Fighting fake news! : teaching critical thinking and media literacy in a digital age —Housand, Brian C., author.

"Educators have long struggled to teach students to be critical consumers of the information that they encounter. This struggle is exacerbated by the amount of information available thanks to the Internet and mobile devi...

Above and beyond with critical thinking and problem solving —Kopp, Megan, author.

"This innovative title explores the ways that critical thinking can be applied to problem solving in school, work, and social settings. Real-world examples and opportunities for hands-on practice support readers as they ...

Science detectives : how scientists solved six real-life mysteries

Provides examples of how the scientific method has been used to solve problems from various disciplines. Includes five science projects.

The life-changing science of detecting bullshit —Petrocelli, John V., author.

"Expanding upon his viral TEDx Talk, psychology professor and social scientist John V. Petrocelli reveals the critical thinking habits you can develop to recognize and combat pervasive false information that harms societ...

Think : why you should question everything —Harrison, Guy P., author.

This accessible and introductory guide to critical thinking will help you think like a scientist, learn to question everything, and understand how your own brain can trip you up. This fresh and exciting approach to scie...

Skill sharpeners. Critical thinking. Grade 3.

Foster your third graders critical thinking skills and see confidence soar! Children are naturally inquisitive from infancy, yet creative and problem-solving skills need to be nurtured as children grow. Like reading and ...

My friend Rabbit. Carrotastic fun!

Rabbit and Mouse show children that curiosity, friendship, and critical thinking make problem-solving fun.

Jop and Blip wanna know. 1, Can you hear a penguin fart on Mars? : and other excellent questions —Benton, Jim, author, artist.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 2 of 5

Join Jop and Blip as they follow their curiosity and investigate these seemingly odd questions using their own brand of logic, critical thinking skills, STEM knowledge, and humor. Can you hear a penguin fart on Mars? Wha...

Critical challenges for primary students : an interdisciplinary collection of critical thinking lessons for students in the primary grades —McDiarmid, Tami, 1960- author.

Critical Challenges for Primary Students (Revised Edition) is a collection of 20 detailed lesson plans inviting kindergarten to Grade 3 children to think critically about a range of topics drawn from Language Arts, Mathe...

The art of critical decision making

A survey course on the dynamics of decision making as applies to various fields, including politics, business, athletics, and personal life, presented by Professor Michael A. Roberto of Bryant University.

The critical thinking toolkit —Foresman, Galen A., author.

The Critical Thinking Toolkit is a comprehensive compendium that equips readers with the essential knowledge and methods for clear, analytical, logical thinking and critique in a range of scholarly contexts and everyday ...

1 2 3 ...