Clear Thinking is evaluating information and making wise decisions.
Do not be shaped by this world; instead be changed within by a new way of thinking. Romans 12:2a
Students are taught to pull together pieces of a problem, make a hypothesis, analyze the results, and come to a conclusion. These skills are practiced and refined through many different projects. Some examples include code-a-pillars and spheroballs in technology class and Science Fair in the upper grades.
In the home, parents are encouraged to resist the urge to 'rescue' when their child encounters difficulties. Instead, parents should try to ask questions will help the child to think through the problem, identify a course of action, and implement a solution.