Here’s what I know for sure about assessing critical thinking: There are several ways to go about it.
If you think about it—and you should—you will agree that reflections are a mighty and indispensible component of critical thinking. Continue reading “Reflecting on Reflections”
We think that getting an education is all about answering questions when it’s really all about asking them. Continue reading “Questions, continued, a.k.a. Making Pink”
We think that getting an education is all about learning information when it’s really all about asking questions. Continue reading “Still Questioning!”
To paraphrase a well-worn phrase from the Clinton administration about the economy, It’s the students, stupid! Continue reading “Critical Thinking and MOOCs – A Marriage Made in Hell”
Lots of people toss around the term critical thinking, assuming a shared definition. But even the experts can’t agree on one, and believe me, they can get pretty convoluted. Here are my two (short) favorites: Continue reading “Defining critical thinking”