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Comment 91 of 101, added on April 13th, 2014 at 3:01 AM.
( 2012.02.23 17:53
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Comment 90 of 101, added on April 12th, 2014 at 9:07 PM.
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Comment 89 of 101, added on April 12th, 2014 at 1:18 AM.
, students can do re
, students can do recserah (critical thinking) and then write about what
they found (still, critical thinking) but more importantly, there can be
room for creative thought as well (such as reflections on the findings). So
as teachers we must take on yet another role: showing our students that
both modes of thinking are equally as important. One way to do this would
be to teach and stress critical thinking in the earlier years of school. I
think that by doing this, students can become confident in the ways in
which they think. Once they have gained some confidence and opinions,
creative thought can and should be embraced in the later years. This
should take place especially in college because at this point, it should be
expected that most can think critically. To differentiate one’s status
as a student or to make a name for yourself, you should then use your
creative abilities to show how critically you can think.Like most elements
of education, however, this blend needs to start at an early age. It also
has to be stressed just how equally important both modes of thinking are.
Like I said, I really like the idea of an online blog as a creative outlet.
Perhaps other modes of media can be used, such as an online chat room
exclusively for a math class to work out specific, difficult problems. Or
maybe a social studies teacher can somehow establish an online magazine for
her class, where students can post weekly (or whenever the teacher
dictates) a current event article or short piece on an important historical
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Comment 88 of 101, added on April 11th, 2014 at 10:44 PM.
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