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Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is where you question, analyze, interpret, evaluate, and judge what you read, hear, say, or write. Critical thinking is about making reliable judgments based on reliable information. It involves clarifying your thinking to break down a problem or a piece of information, interpret it, and use that interpretation to arrive at an informed decision or judgment.

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1Skinny Reasoning Case Study Example1217182024-02-031313
2Building Clinical Judgment in Active Learning Classrooms1216982023-12-271790
3Guide for reflection using Tanner's Clinical Judgment Model1217002023-12-273599
4Developing clinical judgment skills in nursing students1216872023-12-265129
5Defining Features Matrix1041132023-12-225890
6Analytic Memo1041052023-12-226445
7Categorizing Grid1041072023-12-225031
8Content, Form, and Function Outlines1041122023-12-224977
9Pro and Con Grid1040892023-12-225809
10Defining Features Matrix in Large Courses (online)1035842023-12-213016
11Content, Form, and Function Outlines (ALC)1184732023-12-211280
12Categorizing Grid (ALC)1184752023-12-211419
13Analytic Memo (ALC)1184742023-12-211315
14Pro and Con Grid (online)1044082023-12-183148
15Pro and Con Grid in Large Courses (online)1037752023-12-013045
16Defining Features Matrix (ALC)1184722023-12-011507
17Pro and Con Grid (ALC)1184712023-12-011485

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