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  • 1. Critical Thinking
    Course:
    LANE462
    Practicum
    Summer Term
    1431/2010
    Instructor:
    Dr.ShadiaBanjar
    Presented by :
    Asma’aYahiaSabrah
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  • 4. CriticalThinking
  • 5. A brief history of the idea of critical thinking
    -Socrates(2,500).
    • He established the importance of asking deep questions that profoundly into thinking before we accept ideas as worthy of belief and the importance of seeking evidence.
    • 6. His method of questioning is now known as “Socratic questioning” and is known as the best teaching strategy.
    • 7. He focused on clarity and logical thinking.
  • -Plato (who recorded Socrates’ thought).
    -Aristotle, and the Greek skeptics.
    • They emphasized the idea (delusive appearance) that only the trained mind is prepared to conceder it.
    -In the middle ages, Thomas Aquinas.
    • He heightened our awareness not only of the potential power of reasoning but also of the need for reasoning to be systematically cultivated and “cross-examined”.
  • -In the Renaissance(15th and16th) centuries.
    In Europe, -in England- a flood of scholars appears
    • They assumed that most of the domains of human life were in need of searching analysis and critique.
    Others concerned about:
    • The way we misuse our minds in seeking knowledge.(self- deceived).
    If people left to their own devices, they developed bad habits of thought. (which they called “idols”).
  • 8. -Some fifty years later, - (More..Utopia).
    Scholars opened the way for science, democracy, human rights, and freedom for thought.
    In France, a method developed that critical thinking based on the principle of systematic doubt.
    -In(16th and 17th century England ),
    The critical mind to open up new vistas of learning.
    -In (17th and 18th century),
    Thing started to sound reasoning.
  • 9. Others French thinkers,
    began with the premise that human mind is better to discipline by reason to figure out the world.
    18th century, thinkers,
    extend our conception, developing our senses and its tools.
    19th century, thinkers,
    extend it even further as thinking of the capitalism.
    20th century, thinkers,
    recognized the deep need for critical thinking in life and in education to make good citizens.
  • 10. To sum up,
    we recognize that critical thinking by its nature requires the systematic monitoring of thought.
    To be critical thinker we have to analyze and assess things and to see its clarity, accuracy, relevance, depth, breadth, and logicalness.
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  • 12. Defining Critical Thinking:
    It is about becoming a better thinker in every aspect of your life –as a professional , as customer , citizen, friend, parent and ----.
  • 13. You are what you think !!
  • 14. Number 2Critical Thinking for Children - 2. Three Kinds of Thinkers.flv
    YouTube - Critical Thinking for Children - 2. Three Kinds of Thinkers
  • 15. The Result:
    In short you should be self directed, disciplined, monitored, corrective thinking…
  • 16. To helping students to assess their thinking .. We have to..
  • 17. Number1-3
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GP29vOogWvw
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0JSwr_Ib7Q&feature=related
  • 18. Learning the Art of Critical Thinkingwe have to:Clarify our thinking.Stick to the point.(be relevant). Make questions ..q Be reasonable.(be logical).
  • 19. Expected from us
    Thinking more effectively in the workplace; Overcoming the unique obstacles.
    Using the strategic thinking : taking responsibility and Directing our thinking towards our most important goals and purposes.
    Using practical techniques for making more intelligent decisions by applying critical thinking to life’s key decisions.