Teaching Critical Thinking

I have been working with kids my entire life. From babysitting to hosting birthday parties at Discovery Zone to camp counselor to 14 years as 
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thinkLaw would not be much of a critical thinking company if we did not have a working definition of “critical thinking.”  In our work with 
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My Next Witness: A Quick-Prep Game to Help Students Identify the Experts to Solve any Problem   In our blog post, Can I Call a 
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2020 has been a year unlike any other! Here at thinkLaw, we’ve been reflecting on the events, accomplishments, and lessons this year has brought. As 
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At thinkLaw, we strive to bring the world of critical thinking to you and your students in a way that is practical but powerful. One 
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2020 has been a year unlike any other–a global pandemic, critical presidential election, nation-wide protests of the horrific police killings of black men and women. 
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Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw’s Founder and CEO Newborns come out of the womb curious about the world, constantly wondering, questioning, and exploring their universe. 
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In 2016, the number of emerging bilingual children rose to roughly 12 million, an increase of 1.2 million over the past decade. And according to 
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“I’ve got some amazing project-based learning ideas that will light a fire under my students. Can’t wait to do them…after testing!” If this sounds familiar, 
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In 2017, I attended over 35 education conferences across the United States. The most common theme of these conferences, by far, was the “future of 
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