critical thinking skills

We need to teach all students critical thinking skills, and we need to start when they’re young.
By teaching critical thinking skills early, we can stop a lot of nonsense before it begins.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the production and development of Disney•Pixar's film "Inside Out." The film is named "Inside Out" because it is about the inner workings of the mind, which controls how people behave.
You may be wondering why I am constantly emailing or texting you when you miss an assignment. There are many reasons why I do this, and it isn't because I like to nag. But first, I want to clear something up.
"Children have a bit of a reputation to be gullible, to believe everything we tell them, but that's not quite true," Dr. Patricia
Although a great deal has been written about the "critical thinking" assignment given to eighth graders in the Rialto Unified School District on whether or not the Holocaust ever occurred, I feel compelled to provide my perspective.
My grandson is about to chose which college he will enter in the fall. Recently I attended a gathering of his college bound friends and their parents. I listened while everyone talked excitedly about their visits to various campuses.
Sustained student growth in and beyond college can depend on the level to which students can be educated to refine their thinking.
Those employing college graduates have been concerned about the ability of alumni to apply critical thinking skills to make them promotable beyond requirements for entry-level positions.
This is the key for our future. We must ensure we are building a nation of competent citizens capable of thinking critically at work, at home and in the public arena.
Argument is a more complex and challenging cognitive skill for students than other genres of reading and writing, such as exposition or narration.
Workers lack communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creative skills executives say, according to a recent survey by the American Management Association. Community members Alexandra Ferrara and Walker Bragman join the conversation.
The number of executives rating their employees as below average increased across all four areas since the survey was last
What if this 21st century replacement for the SAT was able to measure high school students' critical thinking, analytical reasoning, problem solving, and written communication; in other words, all the essential skills that both educators and employers have said students need to succeed in college and the workplace?