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Teaching Students Thinking Skills By Monica Sevilla
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Teaching Students Thinking Skills is an essential curriculum development guide that discusses the importance of teaching students critical thinking and problem solving skills. This eBook gives... More > teachers strategies and ideas to embed and integrate into their daily instruction. Topics discussed include Bloom's taxonomy as it relates to thinking skills, inquiry learning, interactive notebooks, writing across the curriculum, creation and design of authentic learning projects such as eBooks.< Less
The Critical Thinking Skills Workbook By Scott Sprouse
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The Critical Thinking Skills Workbook treats reasoning skills as higher order vocabulary and, through programmed learning techniques, makes the concepts as easy as possible for the reader to acquire... More > without dumbing down the subject matter.< Less
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS By James Burns
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It teaches critical thinking skills, rhetorical training, propaganda techniques and so much more.
Step By Step To Productive Thinking Skills By Eric Garner
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“Step by Step to Productive Thinking Skills” is the 18th book in the MTL Step by Step Training Series. In it, you’ll discover why thinking skills are the number one skill of the... More > Information Age. Whereas in the past, people were chiefly employed for the skill with which they used their brawn, today and increasingly in the future, people will be employed for the skill with which they use their brains. That’s why the skills in this book are your passport to a prosperous future.< Less
Teaching Students Thinking Skills (ePub) By Monica Sevilla
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Teaching Students Thinking Skills is an essential curriculum development guide that discusses the importance of teaching students critical thinking and problem solving skills. This eBook gives... More > teachers strategies and ideas to embed and integrate into their daily instruction. Topics discussed include Bloom's taxonomy as it relates to thinking skills, inquiry learning, interactive notebooks, writing across the curriculum, creation and design of authentic learning projects such as eBooks.< Less
Manual of Job-Related Thinking Skills By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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A Border Patrol Agent deciding whether an impending confrontation involves dangerous individuals, an Inspector determining if an alien should be admitted, a supervisory Special Agent deciding whether... More > to open a case based on certain evidence -- all of these are DHS employees using their thinking skills. Every day, DHS employees use their thinking skills in countless decisions, determinations, and investigations. Thinking skills are by no means the only skills used by DHS employees, but they are the most important. They are used in applying rules, making determinations, making predictions, and in problem solving, on-thespot decision making, and complex, deliberate decision making. In spite of the importance of thinking skills, most people do not receive special training in thinking. Employees receive training in job knowledge and supervisors usually receive training in supervisory techniques. Those types of training help employees think about very specific problems.< Less
Manual of Job-Related Thinking Skills By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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The first skills in this manual are the basic thinking skills, which can be called deduction and induction. These are the two types of skills that are used in drawing conclusions from given... More > information. Deduction and induction are very similar. They differ in only two ways-- the completeness of the available information and the degree of certainty of the conclusion, as indicated below: • Deduction: The individual has all the information necessary to draw a conclusion. The conclusion is certain; it is true if the evidence is true. • Induction: The individual does not have complete evidence. He or she draws a conclusion based on the information available. The conclusion is uncertain, that is to say, probabilistic; it may not be true even if the evidence is true. In the work of DHS, deduction is typically used in applying laws and rules to specific situations. Induction is used in situations in which officers need to make on-the-spot probabilistic judgments, sometimes in life-threatening situations.< Less
Just Thinking By Cathy Brown
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Learn how to nurture your own spirituality, as you marvel over 20-plus lovely and thought-provoking photographs!
Intelligence and developmental skills , 21st Century skills By Shahinaz Elramly
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The Intelligence and Developmental Skills Book is a triple idea book, for developing Leadership and Business skills. Moreover for Building and Creating Strength, Talent and Speed and finally self... More > awareness. It is the Leadership talent, Octet mindset synthesis for multiple intelligence. It is the thinking linguistics and logics of the 21st Century.< Less
Sketch Thinking By Jose Berengueres
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Are your sketching skills holding back your creativity? Do you feel constrained by your drawing skills but don't have time to enroll an illustration class? Sketching (for design) Thinking is a short,... More > clear and brilliant collection of tips that will help you build your own graphic vocabulary. Combined with exercises and photos from the d.school workshop, this book is the perfect companion to power up your design thinking workshops.< Less