Rotman I-think Initiative improves student problem solving, critical thinking, communication

November 11, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Three Tools for Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills  (author=Katrina Schwartz) is the title of an article from the Mindshift website, one that discusses implementation of the I-Think Initiative from the Rotman School of Management and includes  TDSB examples. Read about the ladder of inference, the pro/pro model and the causal model – and more

Check it out! Rowan

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