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    2017年3月7日 · College readiness,Career Readiness,Civic readiness
    // College, Career, and Civic Readiness (5/5): A Thinking Habitats Blog Series Over the past several weeks, we’ve been discussing the ins and outs of college, career, and civic readiness. No matter where you are on your life’s path, you’ll find yourself entering new situations with new people...
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    2017年2月13日 · Critical thinking,Deadlines,stress
    Deadlines are a part of life. Look closely, and you’ll find them just about everywhere. The world operates on a schedule, and nobody is exempt. Consider, for example, the “Three C’s” of life success: college readiness, career readiness, and civic readiness. School, of course, comes with myriad...
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    2017年1月31日 · Democracy,Civic readiness,election
    // College, Career, and Civic Readiness (4/5): A Thinking Habitats Blog Series After examining the concepts of college readiness and career readiness earlier in our blog series, we’ve arrived at the final component of the three “Cs”: civic readiness. We’ve already discussed civic readiness on...
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    2016年12月21日 · meditation,holidays,Idle Activity
    Here at Thinking Habitats, we’ve been thinking pretty hard all year long. From our very first blog post about beating the summer slide, through our five-part series on the importance of college, career, and civic readiness, we’ve written about some high-powered topics in the world of critical...
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    2016年11月22日 · Thanksgiving,Animal Intelligence,Turkey
    Look up the word “turkey” in a standard English dictionary, and you’ll most likely find two different definitions. One refers to Meleagris gallopavo, a type of domesticated American poultry. The other is a slang definition, referring to a person who is naive, stupid, inept, or of little appeal. ...
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    2016年11月15日 · Career Readiness,New Hires,Onboarding
    // College, Career, and Civic Readiness (3/5): A Thinking Habitats Blog Series In the previous installment of our blog series on college, career, and civic readiness, we explored the concept of college readiness and how college students and parents have a high price to pay for unpreparedness....
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    Thomas Jefferson: Being thoughtful at #ThinkingHabitats "In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock."
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    2016年11月5日 · voting,election,Citizenship
    The clock is ticking on this year’s presidential election. If you haven’t decided who you’ll vote for yet, you’ve only got a couple days to figure it out. Of course, as we’ve mentioned, voting is one of our civic responsibilities that tests our critical thinking skills. Decoding complex and media...
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