Critical Thinking In Elementary School

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But buried within the many problems in the story was another red flag: the way Percy's government and law teacher explained differing opinions.

But buried within the many problems in the story was another red flag: the way Percy's government and law teacher explained differing opinions.

We have spent almost 20 years teaching to bubble/MC tests that there is a whole generation of kids who can’t solve the simplest of problems.— Jolyn Williamson (@Jolynerin) February 27, 2019Although there is always room for improvement when it comes to teaching critical thinking to students of all ages, hope is not all lost.

Our first STEAM Fair showcased student projects from a garden, arcade games, animation to a student created computer.

Teaching for the future using collaboration, design, and critical thinking skills.

https://t.co/m Br6kd7U3P— Jen Lammey_Art (@Jen Lammey) February 28, 2019One school proudly demonstrates its STEM Fair, where students invented their own gardens, arcade games and more.

Fairs like these encourage innovation and creativity, which both come into play when it comes to forming one's own opinions.

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