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Foundation Of Knowledge 1

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    • Foundations of Knowledge
      By: Mary Arroyo
      By: Mary Arroyo
    • What should you do?
      Its Friday night and you decide to go to a party, there you meet a person which you would like to know at a more intimate level
      Your emotional intelligence tells you one thing and your intellectual self is telling you another thing, for you know the risks associated with casual intimacy
    • Foundation of Knowledge
      The foundation for a good critical thinking is knowledge knowing
      This means having the ability to acquire knowledge, process that knowledge, create meaning from the knowledge, and utilize to your advantage.
    • Intelligence Consist of 3 Sets of Abilities
    • Multiple Intelligences Theory
      Howard Gardner of Harvard states that there exist seven different kinds of intelligence:
      Linguistic intelligence
      Logical Mathematical
      Spatial intelligence
      Musical intelligence
      Body-kinesthetic intelligence
      Intrapersonal intelligence
      Interpersonal intelligence
    • Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
    • Emotional Intelligence
      Understand one’s own feelings, empathy for the feelings of others and the regulation of emotion in a way that enhances living.
    • Measuring Intelligence
      Aptitude Test
      Stanford-Binet Test
      These are designed to predict what a person can accomplish
      Test that measures skills such as judgment comprehension, and reasoning.
    • The Wechsler Intelligence Scale
      This test measures intelligence in:
      Adults 16 – 89
      Children 6 – 16
      Preschool and primary grades 3-7
    • Critical Thinking Skills
      • Critical thinkers are Intellectually curious
      • Critical thinkers are open minded
      • Critical thinkers know how avoid “Red Herrings”
      • Critical thinkers know how to use anecdotes effectively
      • Critical thinkers learn to handle confusion
      • Critical thinkers are able to control emotion
      • Critical thinkers are sensitive to the needs of others
      • Critical thinkers can distinguish between the truth an one they believe to be true
      • Critical thinkers know when to admit to not knowing something
      • Critical thinkers seek dialogical approach to the process of argument