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Identifying the elements of something complex and the relationships among those elements.
Annotated bibliography of web sites, books and articles for your further investigation.
How one teacher exposes students to the differences in perspective that exist in the world, even within the people in their own daily lives.
Analysis consists of identifying many aspects of an issue or concept. Discussion assignments based on the familiar "pros and cons" format can help students sharpen their analytical skills.
A brief description of how to identify the structure of your own lecture and then ask your students to begin finding that structure themselves.
Watch a simple card game teach students the basic elements of the scientific method, quickly and enjoyably. Students move from wanting to win, to wanting to analyze, hypothesize, and test.
Help your students begin learning how to summarize complex readings by giving them this simple set of prompts.
A simple but surprisingly powerful in-class method for putting students in the shoes of a researcher.
These simple activties leverage the power of visualizing information to help students make conceptual distinctions.