The Fall Forum is the only meeting of its kind to bring together legislators and legislative staff to discuss pressing topics for the states.
The October/November issue looks at the oil boom in North Dakota and brings to mind an old saying:"Be careful what you wish for."
For the most part, the work of legislative program evaluators and auditors involves solving problems. In order to identify problems,evaluators and auditors must be able to think critically and have good problem-solving skills. This PowerPoint describes the "critical thinking" concept and provides classroom exercises for applying the concept.
To contribute to the Power Point library, please send your slides to Brenda Erickson at email@example.com
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