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prompt critical

[′prämpt ¦krid·ə·kəl]
(nucleonics)
Capable of sustaining a chain reaction without the aid of delayed neutrons.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Mark Preschool and Enrichment Center launched its kindergarten-enrichment program to teach STEM concepts through engaging, hands-on projects that prompt critical thinking and creative problem-solving.
Transformative learning is triggered by crises (disorienting dilemmas) that reveal our meaning perspectives (often under intense emotional stress), prompt critical reflection, invite experimentation with new meaning perspectives, and finally lead to their assimilation.
Whether you agree with the author or not, Margin of Victory is a worthy read with several well-considered recommendations that will prompt critical thinking and debate among senior military leaders and others in the defense community about how we fight--and what it might take to win the next war.
Joyce Marie was skilled at wordplay, coining some phrases from scripture to prompt critical thinking while designing others to motivate and inspire.
Examples are "Unborn babies are not influenced much by the environment outside the mother's body"; "A baby's sleeping position can cause or prevent sudden infant death syndrome"; "Having kids listen to Mozart makes them smart"; "Sugar is a major cause of hyperactive behavior"; and "Children are reaching puberty earlier with each generation." An opening vignette illustrates the question raised, followed by concise discussion based on current science, a conclusion, and five questions to prompt critical thinking.
This process on a community level--increasing collective capacity for difficult dialogues and generating shared vocabulary that emphasizes community assets--can help break down deficit narratives, mediate conflict, address societal misconceptions, and prompt critical action based on new understandings of the world at both micro and macro levels.
Chapter 4 includes a dissection of Fred Walton's When a Stranger Calls (1979) that should prompt critical reconsideration of the film.
Michio Ishikawa, president of the institute comprising companies related to the electricity business, dismissed concerns that the so-called ''prompt critical'' reaction could have resulted in a serious accident such as the Chernobyl incident in 1986, saying the Shika plant's case was ''a phenomenon of a very small scale.''
She affirms that mourning, anxiety and utter depression should prompt critical analysis and praxis rather than violence and militarization.
Endocrine systems evolved to yield exquisite sensitivity to hormones that normally prompt critical developmental processes and physiologic functions, including sexual behavior and reproduction.
Illustrated with examples from managerial practice, the book is designed to prompt critical thinking and assist practitioners to chart their own path through the knowledge jungle.
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) believes that this incident should prompt critical review of our dependence on complex computer networks, particularly for military and defense-related functions.