Are independent thinking and using judgement extremely important in early childhood
Yes iI think so a child who learns about independence and of using judgement at an early age makes the individual aware of life and of how to be with people as they get older.
Yes it is highly important so that the child can develop critical thinking skills and the ability to solve complex problems in life.
Yes, and throughout one's entire life. Sadly, fewer and fewer people are willing to examine a subject for themselves and come to a conclusion based on the facts. It's much easier to "follow the crowd." People fear the ridicule that comes with independent and critical thinking.
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Independent thinking should be encouraged right from the childhoodIndependent thinking should be encouraged right from the childhood?
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