20+ min read · 2020-09-16 · First published Sat Jul 21, 2018 Use of the term ‘critical thinking’ to describe an educational goal goes back to the American philosopher John Dewey (1910), who more commonly called it ‘reflective…
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Critical thinking is a widely accepted educational goal. Its definition is contested, but the competing definitions can be understood as differing conceptions of the same basic concept: careful thinking directed to a goal.
7 min read · From 2019 · Mental models affect how we see problems and people. Depending on how you use them, mental models can be incredibly constructive or destructive.
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3 min read · From 2020 · The next time you need to think critically about something—whether you’re considering a new idea, weighing the pros and cons of a potential decision, or evaluating whether you can trust a particular…
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