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working for essential change in education News and Events Thank you Elizabeth Loftus Last year's Bertrand Russell Scholar at the 33rd International Conference July 23rd, 2013 . New! Historical Thinking Guide for Instructors Foundation for Critical Thinking: Books, Conferences and Academi

Foundation for Critical Thinking: Books, Conferences and Academi

Critical thinking is the study of clear and unclear thinking. It is primarily used in the field of education, and not in psychology (it does not refer to a theory of thinking).[1] The National Council for Excellence in Critical Thinking (a non-profit organisation based in Canada)[2] defines critical thinking as the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action.[3] Etymology[edit] One sense of the term critical means crucial; a second sense derives from κριτικός (kritikos), which means discerning judgment.[4]

Wikipedia: Critical Thinking

Wikipedia: Critical Thinking

Propaganda Techniques

PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE Campaign: Desert Shield, 1990/1991 Source: United States Author: U.S. Armies Department of Psychological Warfare Target: Iraqi troops Distribution: Airdrop propaganda literature Each piece below was dropped by the many tens of thousands IN THE PERSIAN GULF WAR, DID SADDAM HUSSEIN USE PROPAGANDA? Absolutely! Here are two examples. This one backfired. Propaganda Techniques
Developing Questions for Critical Thinking The revised cognitive domain introduced by Lorin Anderson in the 1990's revised the original domains by changing from noun to format and realigning the categories. In the revised domain remembering serves as the lowest level of thinking and creating serves as the highest. Use the links below to work with the recently revised categories. Use the tabs at the top of the page to work with the original domains and categories.

Developing Questions for Critical Thinking