Our award-winning, standards-aligned curriculum helps educators unleash the critical thinking potential of all students.
Our interactive, practical PD helps teachers apply Socratic and other powerful problem-solving methods to what they actually teach
Strengthen your child’s ability to think independently and critically through conversations and
be better problem solvers.
Seamlessly integrate our culturally responsive critical thinking frameworks into your districts existing programming and curriculum.
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Critical thinking is the precursor to innovation, a key to college and career readiness and has been linked to more positive life outcomes. The complex global challenges we face today have placed a peak demand for critical thinkers.
But our supply is limited because critical thinking is still a luxury good: only 1 of 10 educators teach it, and it’s usually only taught at the best schools or to the best students.
This means that most students are taught to ask “what” and “how to” instead of “why” and “what if,” and rarely learn the habits and mindsets needed to apply critical thinking consistently.
thinkLaw’s award-winning curriculum helps educators unleash the critical thinking potential of all students using real-life legal cases in grades 3-12 and fairy tales and nursery rhymes for grades K-2 using rigorous and engaging lessons.
thinkLaw is also standards-aligned, allowing teachers to incorporate it into what they are already doing in their classrooms, requiring under 20 minutes of prep time.
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thinkLaw exists to create a world where critical thinking is no longer a luxury good. We help educators teach critical thinking to all students, not just the highest achieving ones at the most exclusive schools.