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Content What is the Thinking Process? What Is Critical Thinking? What Does the Absence of Thinking Critically Look Like? What Does Critical Thinking Look Like? Characteristics of People who Excel at Critical Thinking What Are the Major Components in Critical Thinking?
Discourse on critical thinking for teachers and educators in all grade levels and in all societies. This channel contains video footage, interviews and clips from the Foundation for Critical Thinking on topics ranging from Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Ethical Reasoning, Socratic Questioning, Oxford Tutorial Method, Analysis and Assessment of Thinking... etc. to their applications across and within all professional fields and domains of thought.
By Vicky Lara, El Paso Community College Purpose: The purpose of this module is to provide a series of annotated web sites for educators interested in exploring critical thinking in order to incorporate it to a greater extent into their teaching. To that effect, the selections in this module are of a more practical than theoretical basis.
An Outline of Goals for a Critical Thinking Curriculum and Its Assessment 1 Robert H. Ennis, University of Illinois, UC (Revised 6/20/02) E-mail: email@example.com Web site: http://faculty.ed.uiuc.edu/rhennis Critical thinking, as the term is generally used these days, roughly means reasonable and reflective thinking focused on deciding what to believe or do. 2 In doing such thinking, one is helped by the employment of a set of critical thinking dispositions and abilities that I shall outline, and that can serve as a set of comprehensive goals for a critical thinking curriculum and its assessment. Pedagogical and psychometric usefulness, not elegance or mutual exclusiveness, is the purpose of this outline.