New research, funded by the Reboot Foundation, found that small amounts of critical thinking practice, employing short activities with basic analogies and multiple choice quizzes, allow the fast and efficient teaching of critical thinking skills.
A new research paper, funded in part by the Reboot Foundation, outlines effective strategies for combating misinformation and disinformation campaigns, particularly around the COVID-19 pandemic.
New research from the Reboot Foundation finds that the more people are on social media the worse their news judgment, and there are stark differences between older and younger users when it comes to falling for “clickbait” headlines.
Our survey, State of Critical Thinking 2020, found that participants don’t generally seek out alternative views, though critical thinking education is valued.
Technology use in classrooms has been growing around the world for the past several years. However, a new study by the Reboot Foundation questions if ed tech is really helping students.
A new resource aimed at helping parents develop critical thinking in their children has just been released, right in time for the new school year. The ability to think critically and independently is vital in school and beyond. Yet many parents struggle with how to foster critical thinking in their kids.
A new study from the Reboot Foundation shows that while the vast majority of adults believe that critical thinking is important, very few actually employ critical thinking skills when reading or researching online. And people aren’t teaching their children to do enough critical thinking, either.