Critical thinking is at the core of most intellectual activity that involves students learning to recognise or develop an argument, use evidence in support of that argument, draw reasoned conclusions, and use information to solve problems.  "Typically, students who implement critical thinking skills approach the courseware in a more thoughtful an... Read more »

Drawing Conclusions

Students are provided with activities that help them further develop their ideas and opinions. T hey describe issues from different perspectives. They identify, examine and justify different points of view.

  1. Critical Thinking – Can your memory be tricked? – Science – 7 to 10
    Critical Thinking – Can your memory be tricked? – Science – 7 to 10
  2. Critical Thinking – Are you psychic? – Science – 7 to 10
    Critical Thinking – Are you psychic? – Science – 7 to 10
  3. Critical Thinking – Are star signs scientific? – Science – 7 to 10
    Critical Thinking – Are star signs scientific? – Science – 7 to 10
  4. Critical Thinking – Who to Include? – Primary and Secondary
    Critical Thinking – Who to Include? – Primary and Secondary