Stages of critical thinking
How to move to the next stage
Obstacles to moving to the next stage EXAMPLE:
The Unreflective Thinker
Examine my thinking to identify problems that affect my thinking.
Deceiving myself about the effectiveness of my thinking
The Challenged Thinker
Figuring out that my thinking is causing me serious problems.
Realizing that my thinking is not as perfect as I believe and develop awareness of how thinking operates for good or bad.
The Beginning Thinker
Making attempts to better understand how I can take charge of and improve my thinking.
Recognizing and changing the problems in my thinking to and ways to develop as a thinker.
The Practicing Thinker
Actively analyzing my thinking in a number of ways.
Develop awareness of the need for systematic practice in thinking.
The Advance Thinker
Having significant insight to problems at the deeper levels of thought.
Developing understanding for systematic practice thinking and insight to deep levels of problem in thought, consistent recognition.
The Accomplished Thinker
Continually monitoring, revising and rethinking strategies for continual improvement in my thinking.
To make the highest levels of critical thinking intuitive in every part of my life.
Write a 150- to 200-word explanation of your current stage of critical-thinking development and explain why you placed yourself at that stage. Format your paragraph consistent with Associate Level Writing Style Handbook guidelines.
Strategies to Develop Critical Thinking
Now that you identified your current stage as a critical thinker, it is necessary to adopt strategies to develop your thinking. Of the nine strategies you read about this week, choose three that you can begin to practice. Identify the strategies and describe how you can implement each strategy in your daily life.
Strategy: Deal with my emotions.
When I am faced with a decision, I will examine the positive and negative...
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