Students need great teachers to instruct them on how to brainstorm, solve problems, and collaborate with others.
They’re endangered! I read it on the internet!
Learn how successful people use critical thinking to better their lives.
We need to learn that diving deep into our souls and minds is possible.
To awaken, we need to begin the longest journey we’ll ever undertake: from our heads to our hearts.
Because being skeptical is not cynical, it’s critical thinking.
Reading is superfood for the brain.
Many US students cite alt-right websites in their research papers. Should teachers discuss the websites to help students tell fact from fiction?
What we don’t teach our children is shaping our society in ways we didn’t anticipate.
Teaching children to question and research is imperative.
Let’s stop allowing media to raise our children.
Here’s why eliminating those words will help them—and how to enforce more productive thinking habits.
We should encourage curiosity and questioning, but make it clear that not all questions are worthwhile.
Ever thought of memes that circle the internet as propaganda? A Secor asks you to consider this Hitler vs. Leopold meme.
Whose opinions have you embraced?
Michael Carley has some thoughts for students about to make the transition from one life to another.