To better illustrate how to infuse critical thinking into your classroom lessons, consider the following three examples. As
We're complex beings, and there is always more to learn. Caring is more important than "knowing." Are we interested, receptive, curious? The element of surprise can fuel a sense of newness and add excitement when we're open to it.
For example, Ms. K. said to me, "If they like my sculpture, I fear I'll ultimately disappoint them with my next piece." 3
Environmental issues frequently don't regard political and social boundaries. On top of that, they frequently involve interactions between different dynamic ecosystems that constantly are responding to a variety of disturbances.
By Nehginpao Kipgen, PhD It has been 150 days since the killing of 9 civilians, including an eleven-year-old boy in Churachandpur
There is something deeply American going on out in Oregon. Urban elites from both ends of the political spectrum have dismissed
And not everyone is too happy about it.
This Land Is Your Land -- Can a Democracy Be All It Can Be Without the Possibility of Property Ownership for All?
Jefferson believed that the common good and the individual good are interlaced. If so, then society itself suffers right along with the individuals that comprise it when they are left out. In America today, home ownership is increasingly out of reach of ordinary Americans.
Building and maintaining a strong constituency for protected areas is essential if wildlife and wild places are going to be conserved. This requires honesty when considering the benefits and costs of protected areas, an inclusive approach to decision making, and a willingness by those who benefit from the taking of natural resources to compensate those whose lives are diminished.
February marks an exceptionally busy time for the flower industry. Yet, as another Valentine's Day passes us by, rarely do we consciously think about where the roses we buy come from and the complex human story that surrounds them.
Gary Peters is the only candidate who understands how important our response to climate change and our embrace of clean energy will be for Michigan.
Feeding our largely meat-eating way of life requires an enormous supply of resources. And though delicious, one would not
Food sovereignty promotes small-scale agriculture, government management of food imports, protection of native seeds, and