analyze the problem. generate solutions. develop the reasoning for each solution. decide which is the best solution. use criteria to evaluate one’s thinking.
Critical Thinking Now: Practical Teaching Methods for Classrooms around the World Today’s curricula can (and should) incorporate critical thinking methods because they are the means by which people best understand, learn, and retain higher level concepts. Contrary to what many professional trainers assume, teaching critical thinking is not achieved by shoveling facts at an audienceContinue reading “My book is out!”
The Foundation for Critical Thinking is offering certification in its method for understanding and teaching critical thinking. I’ve attended and presented at several of its conferences and think it’s really necessary to see how the method in action to really understand how to do it. It’s billed as an approach to reason through a problem or issue,Continue reading “Foundation for Critical Thinking Offers Certification in Paul-Elder Method”
For all my research and reading and writing about critical thinking, I was surprised I hadn’t heard about the Association for Informal Logic and Critical Thinking (AILACT). It works in conjunction with the American Psychological Association and at times the Canadian Philosophical Association. It’s a very low-key group but recently put out a plan toContinue reading “Site Sightings”
I am so impressed with these two websites, especially the first one. It is a Canadian organization that gives terrific ideas on how to teach, create, and share ideas on CT.