PanSIG 2015 Deadline Approaching!

Greetings Critical Thinkers! This is a friendly reminder that the PanSIG call for submissions is coming to a close this Saturday. If you have not submitted a proposal yet, please consider doing so here: https://www.conftool.net/pansig2015. CT SIG 2015 PanSIG Forum! You can also present your critical thinking ideas with the CT SIG at our PanSIG 2015 …

Critical Thinking and Language Learning (CTLL) is here!

Exciting news from the CT SIG! The CT SIG officers, for the last few months, have been working hard to bring the CT SIG a journal where our members, and others with critical thinking in language learning ideas can be published. We are very happy to announce that our first journal has been delivered and …

Updated info. September – 2014

The SIG has many exciting opportunities to dive into Critical Thinking and the pedagogical implications it brings. Today’s post is all about what is coming up in the next few months and into 2015. October: On Oct. 12th, your very own coordinator, David Gann, will be giving a presentation entitled “A Four-Step Process for Critical …

Latest CT SIG Information

This is an e-mail that was just sent out to all members. If you did not get this in your mailbox, please check your spam settings or update your email address with the membership chair: Stephen Jennings. You can reach the membership chair by contacting him directly at: membership@jaltcriticalthinkingsig.org or through the chair at ctscan.editor@gmail.com. We …

Nara Event streaming instructions.

Hello members!   If you are hoping to join us virtually for the CT event later today, here is how you can gain access for free:   Step 1: Either go to the LiveStream website or download the app for android or iOS. Step 2: Log in or create an account (it is free). Step …