The Boston Review is running a fantastic essay contest asking for 3000 words about coming to see the world differently. Sounds like a perfect way to motivate your critical thinking students!! After all, critical thinking is more about gaining perspective than providing criticism; about learning to view both strengths and weaknesses in the way we view things and articulate our understandings.
November 15, 2012
Essay contest to encourage your students
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I am an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Windsor, Canada, where I am also cross-appointed to Women's and Gender Studies and Director of the Interdisciplinary PhD program in Argumentation Studies. View all posts by Cate Hundleby
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