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item4The Miniature Guide to Critical Thinking: Concepts and Tools

IF THIS IS THE ONLY ITEM YOU ARE PURCHASING, PLEASE ORDER BY PHONE 1-800-873-3043, TO RECEIVE THE CORRECT FREIGHT CHARGE! THANK YOU A tiny gem to be read and studied again and again by any teacher of information literacy. This miniature guide is designed for administrators, faculty and students. It consists in the essence of critical thinking concepts and tools distilled into pocket size. For faculty it provides a shared concept of critical thinking. For students it is a critical thinking supplement to any textbook for any course. Faculty can use it to design instruction, assignments, and tests in any subject. Students can use it to improve their learning in any content area. Its generic skills apply to all subjects. For example, critical thinkers are clear as to the purpose at hand and the question at issue. They question information, conclusions, and points of view. They strive to be clear, accurate, precise, and relevant. They seek to think beneath the surface, to be logical, and fair. They apply these skills to their reading and writing as well as to their speaking and listening. They apply them in history, science, math, philosophy, and the arts; in professional and personal life. Richard Paul and Linda Elder; 2004; ISBN: 0-944583-10-5; Foundation for Critical Thinking

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