Dr. Enoch Hale is a Fellow at the Foundation and Center for Critical Thinking. With over fifteen years of instructional experience and having facilitated over 100 professional development workshops, Dr. Hale brings a wealth of experience to the workshop setting. Recognizing the importance of placing critical thinking at the heart of instruction early on in his teaching career, Dr. Hale took a systematic and incremental approach to bringing critical thinking theory and practice into his courses. Dr. Hale is highly skilled in designing lessons that fulfill state standards, and he has extensive experience working with diverse student populations. As an instructor and a presenter, his approach is both practical and personal and is always focused on finding realistic ways to help students develop critical thinking skills and dispositions.
Dr. Hale holds a bachelorís degree in intellectual and social history, a masterís degree in liberal arts and sciences, a secondary single subject credential in social science, and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on critical thinking, teaching and learning. His research interests involve identifying practical methods for teaching students to identify and work through complex issues and problems as well as studying approaches to professional development and instructor preparation.
Dr. Hale regularly conducts national and international workshops for primary, secondary and post-secondary faculty on topics related to critical thinking and instructional and curriculum design. He teaches a graduate course on critical thinking and has been a presenter at the annual International Conference on Critical Thinking for the last six years.
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