About this week’s eSkeptic
In this week’s eSkeptic, Kevin Mccaffree and Anondah Saide present a meta-analysis of peer-reviewed empirical studies that evaluate the success of teaching critical thinking strategies in the classroom. In addition, they discuss some reasons for the limited impact of these strategies.
Dr. Kevin McCaffree is a sociologist of religion and morality. He teaches social psychology and research methods at Chapman University. His current research is on ideological differences among religious non-affiliates.
Anondah Saide is a graduate student in the psychology department at the University of California, Riverside. She works in the Childhood Cognition Lab at UCR and conducts research under the umbrella of the Cognitive Science of Religion.
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