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Kim Todt- University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Of course your students can think, but getting them to think critically about history is another story! Students need to learn how to evaluate evidence and craft arguments that support or refute a particular idea, as well as be able to read maps and understand the geographical underpinnings of events and historical trends. Cultivating critical thinking skills is something that every faculty member must do, but how do you do it in a way that engages students and saves you time? Join Professor Kim Todt from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, as she discusses proven tools and techniques to do just that!
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