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Documents related to the development of critical thinking skills

Critical thinking is a kind of thinking in which you questionanalyseinterpretevaluate and make a judgement about what you read, hear, say, or write.  Critical thinking is about making reliable judgements based on reliable information. It involves being able to clarify your thinking in ways that you can break down a problem or a piece of information, interpret it and use that interpretation to arrive at an informed decision or judgement.

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1Analytic Memo (classroom)1041052022-10-284531
2Defining Features Matrix (classroom)1041132022-10-283267
3Pro and Con Grid (classroom)1040892022-10-283086
4Categorizing Grid (classroom)1041072022-10-283082
5Content, Form, and Function Outlines (classroom)1041122022-10-282938
6Defining Features Matrix in Large Courses (online)1035842022-10-281841
7Pro and Con Grid (online)1044082022-10-281788
8Pro and Con Grid in Large Courses (online)1037752022-10-281489
9Developing clinical judgement skills in nursing students1216872022-10-28619
10Pro and Con Grid (ALC)1184712022-10-28515
11Defining Features Matrix (ALC)1184722022-10-28503
12Categorizing Grid (ALC)1184752022-10-28475
13Content, Form, and Function Outlines (ALC)1184732022-10-28468
14Guide for reflection using Tanner's Clinical Judgement Model1217002022-10-28452
15Analytic Memo (ALC)1184742022-10-28425
16Building clinical judgement in Active Learning Classrooms1216982022-10-28300
17Skinny Reasoning Case Study Example1217182022-10-28280


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