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Monday, September 12, 2011

Learning to Think Critically


Anonymous said...

He has a lot of points in saying about how we practice our thinking and how we process it, especially where he says that its even a part of our daily lives like when he talked about the classes and when stuff was due. Another thing that caught my attention was how he mentioned about taking classes in highschool that are "college" courses, but they don't really give you the same experiance there for people just pass it off and don't really give them anything or much that they learned from.

Jeremy Matul

Anonymous said...

Processing our thoughts instead of just remembering what we heard is an important part of critical thinking.
Researching the issues and finding credible resources are very important. Critical thinking can help us in our academic and personal lives. Good blog.

Mary Renteria

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