World Wide Web URLs for Resources for Teaching Reasoning and Critical Thinking

Inquiry 19 (1):28-29 (1999)
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A selective compilation of 24 useful websites likely to interest a practicing teacher of thinking; it is not directed at scholar-researchers in any particular discipline. Hence, Web resources in philosophy, psychology, and cognitive science are not included. Also excluded are well-known general Internet comprehensive lists of resomces in the various disciplines and the many sites helpful to students writing researched persuasive arguments which can be found in any recent writing handbook. Included are general comprehensive resources in higher education, communication (including writing) across the curriculum, resources on teaching critical thinking, problem-based learning, and publishers specializing in critical thinking
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