3/5/2012

Author and attorney G. Randy Kasten in this blog post advises educators on methods for teaching students to think critically, a skill that empowers them to avoid buying into harmful messages and unsupported arguments. Kasten suggests students first consider the ways in which false information can seem real, and then examine how motivations -- those of others as well as their own -- can play a role in what they choose to believe.

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