Critical Thinking Standards

but somehow teen pregnancy seems to be a much deeper, more complicated issue.

Key question: — a statement can be clear, accurate, precise, relevant and deep but too narrow.

Politicians do this regularly, presenting only the conservative or only the liberal point of view.

At the same time, we may be narrow in our own thinking.

They need to be able to identify the "parts" of their thinking, and they need to be able to assess their use of these parts of thinking.

The "parts" or elements of thinking are as follows: The intellectual standards that are to these elements are used to determine the quality of reasoning.

It is the ability to evaluate information to determine whether it is right or wrong.

To think critically about an issue or a problem means to be open-minded and consider alternative ways of looking at solutions.

The coin toss experiment that proves that criticism is more effective than praise is a good example.

Key questions: – a statement may be all of the above but not significant. You may find that multiple factors are relevant but only one or two are significant.


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