Creative Thinking:
To be inventive, insightful, and imaginative to create new ideas, innovations, inventions, and energy.
Systems Thinking:
To think about the wider context of a situation to avoid unintended outcomes or consequences.
Critical Thinking:
To think analytically, identify biases, see flaws in logic, and ask intelligent questions to seek deeper understanding.
Prosocial Thinking: To recognize oneself as a citizen of a larger community by considering others, and developing effective communication and deep listening skills.
Emotionally intelligent:
To be aware of one's internal dialogue and feelings, and to have empathy and compassion for self and others.
Scientific Thinking:
To think independently, acknowledge biases, be open-minded, and seek evidence to support one’s theories about reality. .
Design Thinking:
To break things or ideas down to their essential structure, attend to both form and function, and develop the simplest possible solution under existing constraints.
To be aware of and understand one’s thinking processes.
Deep understanding:
To go beyond memorization and recall of information to develop complex comprehension.
High transfer:
To apply the knowledge that was built in one domain or experience to facilitate learning in another domain or experience