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Problem Solving Steps | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Kwinn Doran

Evaluation of results is like reflection after an excersize... it helps us or students improve overall problem solving skills. 

Creative Problem Solving Through Analytical Thinking | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Kwinn Doran

Wendy's approach reminds me of listening first as a way to "lead" as SNCC embodied (one commercial, one far deeper and profound, but the idea of reflection, listening, not having pre-conceived...

Characteristics of a Critical Thinker | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Kwinn Doran

Questions go from simple or direct to complex (or open and probing) as critical thinking increases

The Value of Critical Thinking | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Kwinn Doran

The idea that fire was a milestone in critical thinking is interesting

Problem Solving Steps | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Vonda Reed

Decision dependent problem solvers are very concerned about how the decision they make will impact others but decision independent thinkers make decisions without regard to what the consequences of...

Creative Problem Solving Through Analytical Thinking | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Vonda Reed

Reflective thinking is very helpful in the critical thinking process.  

Characteristics of a Critical Thinker | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Vonda Reed

Questioning as a teaching and learning technique engages students and helps them to critically think.

The Value of Critical Thinking | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Vonda Reed

Critical thinking is self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.

The Value of Critical Thinking | Origin: ED116 | New comment by Kimberly Willis

Using critical thinking is important and is a process. Unfortunately some lack criticsl thinking skills and we must tap into that to assist them.

Helping Students Retain Course Content | Origin: ED108 | New comment by meri torres

Guided notes are useful and helpful, especially for the student who has been out of the classroom setting for a few years, letting them know what will be covered