Improve Your Writing by Studying Critical Thinking In the Education Tips series, education experts offer suggestions about how you can improve your English skills. This week, Babi Kruchin, a lecturer at the American Language Program at Columbia University in New York City, talks about writing and critical thinking. For VOA Learning English, this is the Education Report. Developing ideas in writing is the greatest problem that students face, says Babi Kruchin. She serves as a lecturer in the American Language Program at Columbia University in New York City. Triptico Plus Nothing to install: create an activity at home, save it to the site and access it wherever you are and on any computer. Build up your own library of interactive learning resources that you can access whenever you like and share with colleagues. Add to your library by joining groups and accessing shared folders of interactive learning resources.
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