Find information through the use of technologies.
Use geographic tools to develop spatial thinking.
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Technology is used to indicate and keep track of ownership. For example: pets may have microchips implanted and libraries use barcodes to keep track of their books.
Financially capable individuals use technology to track and graph the interest accrued on “virtual” investments, checking and savings accounts, investments, and loans.
Ask questions to develop further personal understanding of how to make informed purchases. (Professional Skills: Self-Advocacy)
Listen to stories to gain information on a main idea.
Historical thinkers determine the kinds of sources that will be helpful in answering questions about the past.