Using Analytical and Critical Thinking Skills

Help your child thrive and succeed in the digital age. The course helps children engage with the huge amount of information online. They learn how to understand and evaluate complex information, distinguish fact from opinion, solve problems and make decisions through reason and logic.

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Description

  • Build information literacy – children learn to evaluate sources of information for accuracy and reliability, and validate information through various strategies
  • Build logical reasoning – children learn to distinguish cause from effect, fact from opinion, truth from falsehood, and
  • Build goal-setting, problem-solving and decision making skills – children learn a step-by-step process to solving problems using their intelligence, logic and emotion

Help your child thrive and succeed in the digital age. The course helps children engage with the huge amount of information online. They learn how to understand and evaluate complex information, distinguish fact from opinion, solve problems and make decisions through reason and logic.

Who can take the course

  • Sessions: 10
  • Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced

Class Schedule

Separate courses for various age brackets

FAQs

  • Q: What kind of activities are included in the course?
  • A: The course has a wide range of activities – from simple to the more complex to help kids build their analytical and critical thinking skills. Kids start with puzzles and games, then eventually move to research projects where they have to engage with information, learn to evaluate and validate it, and use only the most reliable information to solve problems and achieve goals.
  • Q: Who will teach the course?
  • A: Trainers with backgrounds in children’s learning, psychology and communication will guide the students through the course.
  • Q: How will I know my kid has improved his analytical and critical thinking skills?
  • A: You’ll know your child’s skills have improved if they learn how to solve problems on their own, without resorting to emotional tantrums or getting adults to do things for them that they are capable of doing themselves.They also become more information-literate, and learn how to find reliable information on the internet.

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