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The critical-thinking skill of problem solving needs to be part of the curriculum for all students, including those with learning disabilities living in poverty; yet, too often this is not

The critical-thinking skill of problem solving needs to be part of the curriculum for all students, including those with learning disabilities living in poverty; yet, too often this is not the case. Too often students in poverty and students with learning disabilities are provided a curriculum that is watered down, focused on the basics, and aimed at managing their behaviors instead of helping them learn to think critically about their world. Despite their challenges, these students can learn to problem solve.

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    • 2012
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    • Partial requirement for: Ed. D., Arizona State University, 2012
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    • Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-104)
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    • Field of study: Leadership and innovation (Policy and administration)

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    by Sheila Wells

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