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Author De Bono, Edward, 1933-

Title Teach your child how to think / Edward de Bono.

Published New York, N.Y. : Viking, 1993.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  155.41342 DEBO    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st American ed.
Physical description 313 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Summary Our increasingly complicated lifestyle demands clear and constructive thinking: making decisions, making choices, taking initiatives, and being creative. Watching television for twenty to thirty hours a week, as many children do, results in a passive mind that can only copy what others are doing (including drugs, sex, and violence). Give your children a better chance in life. Thinking is a skill . . . even a superior brain is wasted without it. You can start to teach your children to think - now. With examples, exercises, games, and drawings, Dr. de Bono, Rhodes scholar and leading authority on the direct teaching of thinking, demonstrates the difference between intelligence and thinking, and provides a step-by-step method for helping children develop clear and constructive thinking. Even one or two thinking habits taken from this book and given to your children may strongly affect their life.
Subject Cognition in children.
ISBN 0670830135: