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"All people have better lives when they practice stronger thinking skills." So says a major Critical Thinking organization. Let’s test the idea via some lively discussions. Each session we will:

(1) look at a new aspect of Critical Thinking

(2) look at a current issue which requires critical examination (likely with an impact on young people)

(3) keep returning to how to develop Critical Thinking in children

All are welcome, including parents, grandparents, people without children, teachers, and community, business, or religious leaders--no limits. Bring a friend along (high school students are very welcome, as long as we follow the guideline: anyone under 18 should be accompanied by a parent).

The sessions are free of charge. This initiative is coming from teachers who wish to join with the community to develop our understanding of Critical Thinking skills, and how to build them in our children. Discussions will be scheduled for the first Monday evening of each month, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in Kitchener.

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