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    A guide for parents to help children of all ages process the onslaught of unfiltered information in the digital age.

    Education is not solely about acquiring information and skills across subject areas, but also about understanding how and why we believe what we do. At a time when online media has created a virtual firehose of information and opinions, parents and teachers worry how students will interpret what they read and see. Amid the noise, it has become increasingly important to examine different perspectives with both curiosity and discernment. But how do parents teach these skills to their children?

    Drawing on more than 20 years’ experience homeschooling and developing curricula, Julie Bogart offers practical tools to help children at every stage of development to grow in their ability to explore the world around them, examine how their loyalties and biases affect their beliefs, and generate fresh insight rather than simply recycling what they’ve been taught. Full of accessible stories and activities for children of all ages, Raising Critical Thinkers helps parents to nurture passionate learners with thoughtful minds and empathetic hearts.

    This audiobook includes a downloadable PDF that contains exercises from the book.

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

    ©2022 Julie Bogart and Barbara Oakley (P)2022 Penguin Audio

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    • Jesse M.
    • 28/02/2022

    Mostly Self Contradictory Liberal Drivel

    What I find most ironic about most of this book is two key contradictions that the author seemingly doesn't even recognize. First, the book emphasizes throughout the importance of experience as a method of teaching, and numerous times makes the point that one can read through textbooks all they want but won't truly understand the concept unless they experience something first hand. I couldn't agree more. Yet, here's a book by someone whose only direct education experience of young kids, so far as I can tell, is homeschooling her own five kids. Um, what kind of experience is that? Does that kind qualify this author to give advice to others on creating a hands on educational experience that applies to students other than her own kids? Relatedly, she also criticizes several teachers' attempts at trying to recreate experiences as best they could given limited resources... essentially dismissing them as close minded ignorant morons, failing to recognize that perhaps what they were trying WAS innovative given their limited resources and the context of what was and was not considered acceptable at the time. Second, the author's entire premise is based on allowing children to think on their own, yet the book is littered with examples that only are viewed from the perspective of an uber liberal female. My favorite her point when discussing perspective and the use of grammar, and goes out of her way to point out that "young girls are not impregnated, but instead men impregnate young girls." Don't the overhwhelmingly vast majority of pregnancies involve two willing participants? It seems the author is throughout advocating open-mindedness, which is great, unless and until that open-mindedness contradicts one of her liberal beliefs. Lastly, the author's actual reading of the book was like fingernails on a chalkboard to me.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 16/02/2022

    I thought this was for kids

    This book starts out with catholic grandparents having sex before marriage. This is inappropriate. I was in the fence about buying her writing program. Guess I’m not going too.

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    • Robert B.
    • 15/03/2022

    Fascinating and engaging!

    As a Mom and a Professional Mediator, Bogart's information in this book, is imparative for teaching students to engage in effective thought and empathy. The activities she provides in the book are priceless. She provides tangible ways to access valid data when problem solving and helps to navigate the bombardment of information. I will be using this book as a resource for years to come.