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How will you take these critical thinking skills to the real world and become a more proficient problem solver?
Critical thinking is the act of challenging a thought or idea, seeking the facts and truth through consideration of all angles, without bias or prejudice.
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User: How will you take these critical thinking skills to the real world and become a more proficient problem solver?

Weegy: Critical thinking is the act of challenging a thought or idea, seeking the facts and truth through consideration of all angles, without bias or prejudice.
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User: How will you take these critical thinking skills to the real world and become a more proficient problem solver in math?

Weegy: A particularly effective learning method that incorporates these principles are group learning projects driven by an engaging, real-world questions or problems. [ These inquiry- and design-based, collaborative learning projects5 are a powerful learning method especially suited for building the essential 21st century skills-and-knowledge listed in the rainbow model above. Students in well-designed and managed learning projects often produce artifacts (reports, models, simulations, presentations, inventions, videos, etc.) that can be evaluated for both understanding of content knowledge and the proficiency level of a range of 21st century skills. Students’ collections of projects, often placed in structured electronic portfolios, can provide rich evidence for increasing competence and achievement over time. Students should also be globally and culturally aware. Teachers must integrate this into lessons so that they can teach their students skills they will need for getting job or starting a career. In many schools, teachers teach their students a concept and test them, but they ask questions in another language. Usually the language is one that is very much used and is becoming more well known. A lot of business is done with Japan, and also a lot of Spanish speakers are coming to the United States so those would be language that could benefit the students. ]
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