It has worked with the College Board, the National Education Association, the United States Department of Education, and numerous colleges, universities, and school districts to facilitate the implementation of critical thinking instruction focused on intellectual standards.
The goal of the NCECT is to articulate, preserve, and foster intellectual standards in critical thinking research, scholarship, and instruction.
The INSIGHT Development Program is a comprehensive approach towards strengthening your executive and employee decision-making and problem-solving.
Online modules, featuring workplace examples, guide individuals and teams toward the continued improvement of their critical thinking skills and mindset attributes.
The thinking process that guides nursing practice must be organized, purposeful and disciplined because nursing decisions often profoundly affect their patients' lives.
Critical thinking is not limited to problem solving or decision making; professional nurses use critical thinking to make observations, draw conclusions, create information and ideas, evaluate, and improve their knowledge base.
These become the foundation for validated development programs to improve critical thinking throughout your entire enterprise.
An array of thinking skills and mindset assessments is available, electronically, worldwide in English and translations.
The ICAT was founded to help K-12 schools, school districts, colleges, and universities design cost-effective ways to determine their success at teaching students fundamental critical thinking abilities.
It has designed the International Critical Thinking Test, which is available through the Foundation for Critical Thinking.