Getting the big idea, not just the facts (page 66-67)
A form of creative thinking where a student writes out any idea that comes to mind, whether it will be used or not (page 67)
The organized part of thinking (page 68-69)
Clearly presenting ideas to others (page 69)
ability of education to free your mind (page 69)
working with at least one other person (page 74)
A flaw in an argument because of mistakes or assumptions.
Just because one event happened after another, the first event must have caused it (page 77)
Questioning the Internet
Is it credible? who is the author? Does it reflect mainstream ideas?
Database: reliable or not?
Yes. Most have been reviewed.