in Elementary Schools and
Thinking in Secondary Schools
citations provided in these two bibliographies are a good
starting point for educators who wish to promote critical
thinking among their students.
[ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English and
Communication; Grades K-12; free resource; off-site resource]
Thinking Resources: An Annotated Bibliography
the Curriculum Resource Center at Montclair State University,
this bibliography organizes resources under the following
categories: Bibliographies and Selection Aids, Professional
Books, Methodology Texts, Activities/Manipulatives, Audio/Visuals,
and Computer Software/Multimedia.
[Montclair State University; Grades 9-Adult;
free resource; off-site resource]
for Teaching Classes on The Belief in the Paranormal
bibliography includes primary and supplemental texts, articles
on the relationship between reasoning skills and paranormal
belief, articles for examining the effect of teaching classes
on the paranormal, sources of demonstrations and other articles
and books of interest.
[Wayne Messer, High Point University;
Kristen Klaaren, Randoph-Macon College; Grades 9 through
College Level; educator submitted; free resource; on-site