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Effective thinking
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  • 1. These words of the Philosopher Rene Descartesillustrate the importance of thinking.We exist because we think.
  • 2.  Thinking may be described as mental processing of information. Thinking is done voluntarily or involuntarily. Thinking may be in forms of fantasizing, daydreaming, reasoning and problem-solving. Systemic thinking acts as a filter & helps in separating the important from the unimportant.
  • 3. According to Psychologist Robert Sternberg,people acquire their thinking styles throughsocialization. However, it is also possible to teachthinking styles.
  • 4. Sternberg’s conceptions of thinking style are based on following hypothesis:1) Thinking styles are preferences in the use of abilities, & not the abilities themselves.2) A match between styles & abilities creates a synergy which is more than mere sum of its parts.3) The life choices we make should fit styles as well as abilities.4) People have profiles of styles, not just a single style.
  • 5. 5) Styles vary across tasks, situations as well as across the life span.6) People differ in the strength of their preferences and in their stylistic flexibility.7) Styles are socialized, measurable & teachable.8) The value of styles may change.9) Styles are not good or bad – it’s a question of suitability
  • 6. Our thinking styles help us to carry out three functions.1) Legislative Style: People with legislative style of thinking like doing things their own way. The legislative style of thinking favors creativity. Individuals with this style like activities such as creative writing, inventing new things, starting new businesses, etc.
  • 7. 2) Executive Thinking Here people prefer the need of guidelines that WHAT to do and HOW to do. This type of thinking is valued in schools and organizations. Individuals with this style like activities such as solving well- defined mathematical problem, applying rules, giving lessons on others people’s ideas, etc.
  • 8. 3) Judicial Thinking:- This type of thinking prefers evaluating rules & procedures & judging situations. They favor problems which can be analyzed & evaluated. This style of thinking is often not given importance it deserves. Individuals with this style like activities such as giving opinions, writing critiques, judging people and their work, etc.
  • 9. Sternberg also distinguished between fourdifferent forms of thinking styles & theyare :- 1) Monarchic Form, 2) Hierarchic Form, 3) Oligarchic Form, 4) Anarchic Form.
  • 10. Sternberg identified 2 levels thinkingStyles :- 1.Global thinking Styles 2.Local thinking Styles
  • 11.  The de Bono Hats system (also known as "SixHats" or "Six Thinking Hats") is a thinking tool forgroup discussion and individual thinking.Combined with the idea of parallel thinking which isassociated with it, it provides a means for groups tothink together more effectively, and a means to planthinking processes in a detailed and cohesive way.The method is attributed to Dr. Edward de Bono andis the subject of his book, Six Thinking Hats.
  • 12. 1)Information: (White) - considering purely what information is available, what are the facts?2)Emotions (Red) - instinctive gut reaction or statements of emotional feeling (but not any justification)3)Bad points judgment (Black) - logic applied to identifying flaws or barriers, seeking mismatch4)Good points judgment (Yellow) - logic applied to identifying benefits, seeking harmony5)Creativity (Green) - statements of provocation and investigation, seeing where a thought goes6)Thinking (Blue) - thinking about thinking

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