Topics: Critical thinking, Thought, Reasoning Pages: 2 (344 words) Published: February 4, 2013
From the beginning of this course till the end I have learned a great deal towards the knowledge of critical thinking. One major point that I learned about is my audience and how I am able to persuade them with techniques and different approaches.

During the first week of class I was able to describe critical thinking. As well I learned how to identify my state of development in critical thinking. One other thing I was able to identify strategies to develop and improve your thinking.

Critical thinking is the reflective reasoning about beliefs and actions. Being able to determine is a claim is always true, or sometimes, or not true.

One of the main things that I learned from this course was being able to identify perceptual blocks that hinder my thinking. Such things that hinder my thinking was the mine is better habit, thinking that what I came up with was better than anyone else idea. From that I was able to develop methods to overcoming my perceptual blocks that hinder my thinking.

Error in reasoning is another thing that I have found to be crucial learning point for me with this course. Being able to see what I am reading or hearing is true or not. There are many things that individuals read or even I that I have to remember to avoid any error am reasoning.

My critical thinking has changed a great deal from the start of this class till now, because I use it in my everyday life. I am able to look at situations at my work and determine and think critically before making any decisions.

Reevaluate your stage of development in critical thinking and why you placed yourself in that stage. If your rating has changed since Week One, explain why you think this change occurred.

How do you plan to move yourself from your current stage of development in critical thinking to the stage of master thinker? •Provide a conclusion that is logical, flows from the body of the paper and concludes your paper.
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