Cartoons for Thinking: Issues in Ethics and Values

Author: Hester, Dr. Joseph P.; Killian, Dr. Don

Subjects: Creative Problem Solving; Philosophy; Values; Thinking Skills

Age: 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

Grade: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Order code: 0077

Price: $14.99
Website price: $9.99

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A popular text in gifted education, this book for instructors of secondary students is an exciting launching pad for virtually any direction that a creative instructor wants to lead students: creative writing, research, debate, philosophical and ethical discussions, political science, history, etc.

The book includes strategies for teaching, discussion topics, an array of suggested activities, and numerous “Mind Builder” exercises for further inquiry. The Mind Builders emphasize creative problem solving, higher-level thinking skills, and group dynamics, including leadership, communication, and conflict resolution.

Doug Marlette was a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist.

A popular text in gifted education, this book for teachers of secondary students is an exciting launching pad for virtually any direction that a creative teacher wants to lead students: creative writing, research, debate, philosophical and ethical discussions, political science, history, etc.

The book includes strategies for teaching, discussion topics, an array of suggested activities, and numerous “Mind Builder” exercises for further inquiry. The Mind Builders emphasize creative problem solving, higher-level thinking skills, and group dynamics, including leadership, communication, and conflict resolution.

Doug Marlette was a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist.

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