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When students engage with art on a deep level, they develop their imaginative and critical thinking skills in novel and meaningful ways that translate into other academic learning. How to Apply It! 1) Expose. Provide opportunities to observe art in the cl... View More

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Flexible Thinking Abstract Reasoning
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Parents want to continuously develop children's critical thinking skills so they can mature into confident, responsible adults who are comfortable handling a broad array of situations. Parents can help as they incorporate simple activities into daily conversat... View More

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Some students need explicit coaching in how to react to feedback, think about what they can do differently, and try again. How to Apply It! 1) A trusted adult is the best person to help a student learn to take feedback constructively. For older students, ... View More

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Support students who have difficulty with flexible thinking or novel situations so they know how to adapt rather than getting upset, anxious, or just doing what they would have done in the past. How to Apply It! 1) When presenting a new task or instruction... View More

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Flexible Thinking
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Architecto is a challenging yet enjoyable single player or team challenge game that requires building unique structures by applying spatial perception and abstract reasoning skills. The game includes 50 construction exercises that are completed using 18 orange... View More

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Time Edge is an excellent online news site designed for middle school students to develop their non-fiction reading skills using news articles from Time magazine's 90 years of archives and current publications. The site uses a clean interface and beautiful pho... View More

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Verbal Reasoning
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Students with strong memory skills might benefit from memorizing more than is required so they can use their energy for more complex reasoning tasks. How to Apply It! 1) The more information you have memorized, the easier it will be to draw on and apply th... View More

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Observing and analyzing similarities and differences between objects exercises a student's ability to consider varying characteristics and adjust thinking as necessary based on the information that is being considered. How to Apply It! 1) Help students prac... View More

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