Los estudiantes aprenden a usar la técnica “C.R.I.T.I.C” (por sus siglas en inglés). Esta técnica ayuda a los estudiantes a utilizar sus habilidades de pensamiento crítico con cualquier tipo de información que reciban; ya sea que provenga del sector industrial, de organizaciones no gubernamentales, gubernamentales, o de los medios de comunicación. Grados: 6 en adelanteDuración:…Read more »
Participants learn and use the C.R.I.T.I.C. technique to enable them to bring critical thinking skills to any information they receive, whether from industry, non-profits, government or media.
Recommended grades: Recommended for grades 6 and up.
Time: 30-45 minutes
by IHE Peruse a piece of information, and it may seem objective. Look again with a more critical eye, and you can begin to see the hidden messages, the framing, and the context (or lack thereof) attached to that piece of information. Much of the information we impart to our students, whether through textbooks or…Read more »
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