Whether delving into assigned readings or confronting realistic problems, it helps to systematically review the different elements of critical thinking.
SPC's faculty champions have developed criteria of what good critical thinking looks like as part of the Assessment Rubric for Critical Thinking (ARC).
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His ability to tailor the content to the specific needs of the participants was greatly appreciated." -Online Education Services "David imparted a range of insightful advice regarding critical thinking.
He adapted the training to our diverse interests and was receptive to our opinions and concerns. " -Department of Social Services Noel facilitated the course in a way that all participants felt comfortable to be participate in a honest and encouraging manner.
The model was also helpful in that it was succinct.
It was also helpful to understand the distinction between "non-critical thinking" Vs "critical thinking" as it allowed me to see where I needed to grow in critical thinking habits." -Avery Products "The trainer was extremely good at the topic and was well equipped to teach it." "Very thought provoking and useful course.
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Given the variety of definitions in the literature, an important step in preparing the plan to improve students’ critical thinking skills was to develop a consensus among the SPC faculty on what constituted critical thinking.