One part of navigating uncertainty is having the ability to change our minds when new information arises or the situation changes. This kind of flexible thinking is valued in workplaces and is also part of the learning process that students go through, yet it is not often explicitly taught in schools or evaluated in assessments, argues teacher and writer Katherine Burd in this Education Week article.
By: Education Week, Katherine Burd
Educator-prep | K-12 educators
Critical thinking for college, career, and citizenship
By: Brookings Institute, Diane F. Halpern
Ken Robinson: creativity and curiosity
By: Ken Robinson
Why diversity and conflict are key to leading innovation. Diversity alone will not guarantee creative problem-solving.
By: Linda Hill
Futures thinking now: examining assumptions about the future
What if? The life changing power of curiosity and courage
By: TEDx, Van Lai-DuMone