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Encode and decode messages to determine the form for an affine cipher. Input a message to encode, then input your guesses... see more

Decode encrypted messages to determine the form for an affine cipher, and practice your reasoning and arithmetic skills.... see more

Decode encrypted messages to determine the form for an affine cipher, and practice your reasoning and arithmetic skills.... see more

Like most introductory science textbooks, this one opens with a discussion of scientific method. A key feature is its... see more

Students first discover what they want from their education, then build a plan to get there. This content takes students... see more

Develop number sense and critical thinking strategies, introduce algebraic thinking, and connect mathematics to real... see more

This is a discussion about designing a hybrid class for a Writing Across the Curriculum composition class. 

Teachers can use this interactive tool to help students build a conceptual understanding of fractions by comparing and... see more

This learning activity from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) is intended to help... see more

This course covers techniques for and critical thinking about the evaluation of changes in educational practices and... see more

This first chapter explains what it means to be logical—to reason logically. It demonstrates the usefulness of logical... see more

In exploring the concept of implication, which is at the heart of nearly all reasoning, we divided it into two types:... see more

This chapter introduced the concept of a sentence's logical form and the concept of logical equivalence between... see more

Inductive arguments are more common than deductive arguments, and they are more difficult to analyze, but logical... see more

This chapter explored the difference between a causal claim and one that is merely correlational. Causality and... see more

When scientists are trying to gain a deep understanding of how the world works, they seek general patterns rather than... see more

This chapter clarified the principles of charity and fidelity and explored the intricacies of assessing unusual claims.... see more

To defend yourself against the bombardment of propaganda, con games, political hype, and sales pitches, you should demand... see more

The logical reasoner sticks to the issue, makes only relevant remarks, doesn't withhold relevant information, and... see more

In this chapter we examined the notion of inconsistency, which plays such an important role in judgments of... see more

This page from HURI SURI includes two documents related to teaching critical thinking skills. The HURI SURI project is... see more

A two-step course redesign project in critical thinking

This page aims to illustrate how case problems can inspire students in an introductory college biology course to develop... see more

Created by Chris Jossart of the Wisconsin Online Resource Center, this is an interactive object, learners follow six... see more