Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Field Guide to Lies: Critical Thinking in the Information Age by Daniel J. Levitin

Never has it been so easy to acquire a breadth of information rapidly. At the same time there is a proliferation of misinformation and manipulative assertions. Information seekers must learn to be critical consumers. In A Field Guide to Lies:



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TOP RESEARCHERS TO EXPLORE WAYS TO EMPOWER AND ENGAGE STUDENTS IN CIVICS, SCHOOL, AND REAL-WORLD PROBLEM SOLVING

MEDIA ADVISORY October 25, 2016 Contact: Kristin Dunay (781)-449-4010 x 104 kristin.dunay@learningandthebrain.com ENGAGED, EMPOWERED MINDS: USING BRAIN SCIENCE TO EDUCATE ETHICAL 21ST CENTURY CITIZENS AND PROBLEM SOLVERS WHAT: Mind, brain and developmental researchers have found that students who feel empowered and



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