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Little Bodies, Big Brains [thinkLaw Early Elementary Vol. 2]

Little Bodies, Big Brains [thinkLaw Early Elementary Vol. 2]

The same critical thinking strategies taught in law school aren’t just for the big kids. thinkLaw’s award-winning, standards-aligned curriculum helps educators unleash the critical thinking potential of even the youngest learners leveraging law school exercises that...

#HackTestPrep: thinkLaw’s March 2019 Newsletter

#HackTestPrep: thinkLaw’s March 2019 Newsletter

A Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw Founder and CEO Colin speaking at Teach for America Phoenix's 25th Anniversary Gala on February 21, 2019. As we are in the exciting phase of expanding thinkLaw's impact beyond the 125+ schools and organizations in 15 states we...

5 Ways to Hack Test Prep with Critical Thinking

5 Ways to Hack Test Prep with Critical Thinking

“I’ve got some amazing project-based learning ideas that will light a fire under my students. Can’t wait to do them…after testing!” If this sounds familiar, then you have firsthand experience with the pressure to “cover” ungodly amounts of material before high-stakes...

#TheReal10YearChallenge: thinkLaw’s February 2019 Newsletter

#TheReal10YearChallenge: thinkLaw’s February 2019 Newsletter

A Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw Founder and CEO Colin presenting at the “Age of Agility Summit” on Jan. 24th, 2019 in Washington, D.C. at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. When I was 13 years old, I was knee-deep in the “I Don’t Care” Syndrome struggle. I had 80...

#SparkJoyInTheClassroom: thinkLaw’s January 2019 Newsletter

A Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw Founder and CEO Happy New Year! You can tell resolution season is in full swing—the gyms are packed, along with the fruit and veggie aisles at your local grocery, and if you’ve been binge-watching Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,...

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