What if a lawyer’s critical thinking skills could be taught ALL children in ALL classes–even in math? With thinkLaw’s latest curriculum, students in middle school math classes can learn to look at problems and solutions from multiple angles and develop the critical thinking skills, habits, and mindsets they need to be successful 21st Century learners.
Critical thinking skills in math and social justice are inherently linked.
Whether it’s exploring graphics and statistics, or analyzing a case of price gouging for life-saving prescription medicine, thinkLaw helps students while they solve rigorous math problems and become agents of change.
Request a quote for thinkLaw’s award-winning curriculum now to use our engaging and rigorous real-life legal cases to help teachers give students the essential critical thinking skills they need for success.
Here are just some ways thinkLaw’s Math Labs Edition is helping:
- Find the radius of an elementary schools from grocery stores to learn about the concept of food deserts
- Examine library budgets of several major cities to determine if collecting library fines is worth the cost to the community
- Determine the ratio of male to female actors in movie trailers to make conclusions about representation in major motion pictures
- Utilize math skills to determine how much less money women at a corporate job were making than their male counterparts, and if they should win their case for equal pay
The thinkLaw Math Labs Edition applies the same strategies employed by top law schools at an age and developmentally appropriate level for math students. The thinkLaw curriculum is simple and easy to follow; allowing anyone to facilitate high-quality instruction with minimal prep time. Additionally, we have videos of these lessons available for thinkLaw partners to help during this time of distance learning.
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