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    Assessing the Validity of Graduate Record Examinations Tertiary-Lifelong
    Most graduate schools in the United States require applicants to submit writing samples, letters of recommendation, honors, grades in major, undergraduate GPA, and Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores. Of these requirements, GRE scores are the most heavily...

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    JAE Editorial: Let's Teach Children to Think! Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This JAE editorial argues that we are not educating our students to think. Teachers are teaching their students to rely too heavily upon electronic support. Ganson encourages teachers to empower students by teaching them to rely on their minds, and create...

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    Scaffolding Critical Thinking Using Inductive Lessons in Science Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation presents four examples of inductive teaching strategies. These lessons use concrete or pictorial materials to scaffold the analytical process as students explore science concepts. Each lesson offers the opportunity...

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    Teaching Literature through World-view Analysis - An Approach to the Iliad and the Odyssey Grade 11-Tertiary
    Rosario looks at the question "How do we teach secular literature in a Christian perspective?" One approach suggested "aims to sharpen critical and analytical skills of students and teachers and is a tool for integration of faith and learning."...

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    The Crucible and the Bible Grade 11-Grade 12
    The Crucible, a play by Arthur Miller, explores issues important for every Christian: honesty, justice, fidelity, faith, and conviction. This unit plan, intended to take 6 to 7 weeks, integrates the concepts in the play with Biblical passages. Students...