What Education in Critical Thinking Implies Infographic

The What Education in Critical Thinking Implies Infographic presents the basic features of critical thinking education:

  1. Reflection. Students should ask themselves about the information we receive.
  2. Analysis. By using their own knowledge and other data students evaluate information and arguments that reinforce or question ideas.
  3. Acquisition of information. By contrasting and collecting data from other sources students can, in many cases, confirm or reject the information they have analyzed.
  4. Creativity. This is stimulated by the need to associate ideas and knowledge with the purpose of building up their arguments.
  5. Structuring arguments. Learning to build up cases on a solid foundation in order to support the criteria they have constructed.
  6. Decision making. Learning to take decisions based on their own criteria.
  7. Commitment to our their opinions and arguments.
  8. Debate. The ability to explain and defend their ultimate criteria and contrast it with other criteria that may be as valid as our own.
Via: http://www.elesapiens.com/critical-thought-educating-competent-citizens/
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