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Critical Thinking

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  • 1. REFLECTION ONPROGRESS:
    “Start off on
    The Right Foot ”
    Roza
    by Rasha
    Anthony
    Magda
    “Well begun is half done”(Aristotle)
    “A thoughtful plan addressing critical issues makes any project easier and produces better results”
  • 2. A: “Critical Thinkers” distinguish between fact and opinion; ask questions; make detailed observation; uncover assumptions and define their terms and make assertions based on sound logic and solid evidences
    Ellis, D (1997) Becoming a Master Student
    Q: SOWHAT DOES IT BRING TO THE TABLE?
  • 3. Q: HOW HAS IT ALLSTARTED ?
    THE STEPS
  • 4. rasha
    roza
    STEP1
    GROUPFORMATION
    magda
    9
    anthony
    Community of Thinkers
  • 5. STEP2
    JOINING
    THE FORUM
  • 6. BRYANIS ISSUING FIRST PAPERS ON MOTIVATION
    STEP3
    CONFUSION
    CONFUSION
    CONFUSION
    CONFUSION
    CONFUSION
    CONFUSION
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  • 7. Motivation
    STEP4
    Reliability
    Quotations
    ?
    Objective ?
    Samplenot big enough !
    Quantitative
    Techniques
    Validity
    !
    Academic Paper
    Statistics
    trash
    hypothesis
    Journal
    References
    No Evidence !
    ?
    Theory
    Focus Groups
    Phenomenological Approach
    !
    DISCUSION IN CLASS
  • 8. RE- THINKING OUR
    STRATEGY
    LET’S GO!
    STEP5
    1.DISCUSIONABOUTNEXTPAPERS
    2. CREATION OF SYNERGYIN THE TEAM
  • 9. COMMUNITY OFTHINKERS
  • 10. HARVESTINGTHEFRUITOFPROGRESS
    Difficult to Reach Fruit
    Reflection
    Middle Fruit
    Critical Thinking
    Degree
    Of
    Complexity
    Low Hanging Fruit
    Problem Solving, Decision Making
    Ground Fruit
    Logic & Intuition
  • 11. BUT WHYARE WE
    DOINGTHIS ?
    Critical thinking helps us to uncover bias, it is a path to freedom form half-truths, prejudice & deception. It creates thewillingnessto change one’s point of views as we continue to examine & re-examineideas that may seem obvious (Ellis, 1997)
    Critical Thinking is an intellectual skill
    that can (must) be learned and IMPROVED
  • 12. thank You
    Magda lived …..

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