Here is a list of questions to ask yourself when someone has something to say or when you are reading something in a book, newspaper, magazine etc. Thank you to Andrew Powell of Montreal, Quebec, Canada for sharing.
Students in the 21st century struggle to do simple arithmetic and readily confuse concepts.
Although technology may be of great help to these students…. As the world continues to shift to a “knowledge-based” economy and paradigm, those with the most advanced critical thinking skills will rise to the top and dominate their class and will be rewarded. To be part of this paradigm, I suggest THINKING THROUGH THINGS a little more deeply, seeking the distinctions that make a difference and ASKING better “critical” questions. I hope this infographic can get you on the right track.