How can you help your child stand out and succeed in highly competitive environments?
Critical thinking is a skill that will boost their performance in interviews, exams and beyond – for the whole of their life. It’s the difference between merely answering questions and really solving problems: an ability that will allow your child to shine and ultimately to maximise their potential.
- Practical advice on how to encourage your child to think critically
- How to make decisions, argue convincingly and make the best impression on interviewers, exam boards and (later) employers
- Packed with insider information from the experts: interviewers at independent schools
- Checklists and real-life tips from parents who have already been through it
- What is critical thinking
- How to impress an interviewer
- Convincing exam answers
- Making big decisions
- Constructing a logical argument
- Reading newspapers intelligently
- More advice to help parents and their child navigate this stage of their life together
Debra Price has taught Critical Thinking to secondary school students for over ten years, having formerly been Deputy Head and Head of Critical Thinking at Benenden School. As a passionate advocate of Critical Thinking Debra is now working to develop a wide-range of ‘critical thinking tool-box’ resources to help younger children develop strong thinking skills.
Debra was inspired to write ‘Aiming High’ by parents who asked for their own guide to Critical Thinking explaining how they could best help their children to become strong critical thinkers.