Why waste the next election feeling suckered, ignored or manipulated when you can follow the simple lessons in this book to become a member of the most fearsome of all demographics: the free and truly independent critical thinker.
Critical Voter, the new book by writer and educational researcher Jonathan Haber, will help you turn this year’s election into a learning experience that can help you (or your kids) hone the vital thinking skills needed to succeed in the 21st century.Learn More
Copies of Critical Voter are available to book reviewers, book bloggers and anyone else interested in spreading the word about how to use the election to become a critical thinker.
Educators interested in adopting Critical Voter or integrating the book into an educational program can also use the form on this page to request a free pre-release copy to review.Learn More
AVAILABLE SUPER TUESDAY!
If you are a teacher teaching a class in social studies, government, civics, or any other relevant subjects, a set of free curriculum materials – including lesson plans and assessments – will be available on March 1 (Super Tuesday) to help you use this year’s presidential election to teach critical thinking skills.Learn More
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Blog and News
The latest from Huffington Post… Those of you who managed to make it to Chapter 8 of Critical Voter are no doubt joining me in a chuckle over the controversy surrounding the Iowa Caucuses being decided by a half dozen coin flips. “Foul!” cried many...Learn More
I’ve started a series on self-publishing over at LinkedIn which I plan to share here at Critical Voter over the next several Thursdays. In addition to commentary on the election and critical thinking, the subject of my new book Critical Voter, I wanted to start...Learn More
That promised Part II to yesterday’s piece (also from Huffington Post) which tries to explain how Aristotle, 25 centuries ago, might have predicted Donald Trump’s recent loss in Iowa. As the Interwebs fill with theories regarding why Donald Trump did not...Learn More
I just revived my Huffington Post column and thought Critical Voter readers might want to hear what I’m saying over there about this year’s most talked-about (mostly by himself) Presidential candidate: When I told friends, colleagues and family members...Learn More
So what are you planning to do to pass the time as the fate of the Republic gets decided tomorrow by a quarter- to half-a-million Iowans? If I can make a modest (if self-serving) suggestion: why not relieve your stress by cracking open a copy of Critical Voter and...Learn More
I hope this week’s postings gave you a small taste of what can be gained from turning the upcoming election into an opportunity to become critical thinkers. For you political junkies eager to figure out the status of the candidates, that visit I described to various...Learn More