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The Critical Thinking Initiative
The Critical Thinking Initiative
The Critical Thinking Initiative podcast is a response to the low critical thinking outcomes among U.S. students across all levels of education. Episodes focus on all areas related to meaningful education, with a focus on cutting-edge, research-supported ways to improve critical thinking in any discipline.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 43 ratings
A good start of changing
Enjoy this program very much...it’s not a easy subject, but this podcast conducts it in an enjoyable way
mag-dan via Apple Podcasts · China · 12/31/18
A
Invaluable resource for all educators, and really, all people.
AG Levy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/01/18
Very good podcast about
critical thinking. The authors go in depth into several issues related to critical thinking and bring relevant guests to discuss those questions. Very insightful and helpful to everyone out there!
Maragoth74 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/08/18
Recent Episodes
We're excited to welcome Zoe Weil from the Institute for Humane Education Zoe is the author of The World Becomes What We Teach and is a notable TedX contributor.  Zoe focuses her work on helping educators build "solutionaries" who tackle real world problems.  Join us as we discuss the overlays...
Published 04/12/21
A recent article in The New York Times argued that critical thinking is a dangerous "rabbit hole" and isn't the right tool for fighting "fake news."  Dave and Steve discuss the article's alternative, and, of course, advocate for stronger critical thinking in media literacy.
Published 03/25/21
Did you know that at any given point during an online lecture, 40% of students' minds are wandering?  Join Dave and Steve to learn about "persistence" vs. "transience" in memory, and how to improve your learning outcomes.
Published 12/28/20
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