Round 3: thinkLaw to Light Up #Gtchat With Building Empathy Through Critical Thinking

When we think about serious threats to a positive school culture like chronic disciplinary issues and bullying, we rarely think about critical thinking as a solution. In fact, because educators often treat critical thinking like a luxury good reserved for top students, students who struggle with behavior issues do not get the benefits of analyzing different perspectives and thinking through root causes of problems – both which would improve empathy and enhance decision-making skills to contribute to a more positive school culture.

Join us on Thursday, March 8th at 8E/7C/6M/5P as our Founder|CEO, Colin Seale, explains how thinkLaw’s award-winning, standards-aligned program based on real-life legal cases can be used to address chronic disciplinary issues.

In case you missed our two previous co-hosted #gtchats, you can check them out below:

  • Making Critical Thinking Matter – Prioritizing Higher Order Instruction in a World of Constraints – click here for the recap.
  • Beyond Honors & AP: How can we best serve secondary gifted and talented students? click here for the recap.

TAGT connects and empowers educators and parents to meet the unique needs of gifted and talented students from every cultural background who see the world in unique ways and are developing minds that just might discover innovative answers to the most challenging questions of their generation.The Global Gifted and Talented Chat (#gtchat) is powered by the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented where more than 1,200 tweets are devoted to the #gtchat hashtag each week.

We would love to have you join us at 8pm est on twitter as we guest host #gtchat. Just search “#gtchat” on Twitter at 8p  to join the discussion or see what’s happening in the gifted and talented community!

To learn how your school or organization can adopt thinkLaw’s standards-aligned program that helps educators teach critical thinking to all students, please click here to schedule a time to speak with someone on the thinkLaw team, call us now at (702) 318-7512 or join us on our next webinar; Thinking Like a Lawyer: Powerful Strategies to Teach Critical Thinking to All Students

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