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Great Critical Thinking Map for your Classroom

You ask any teacher today about the skills they want their students to develop and you will get critical thinking skills as an obvious answer; of course together with other skills. With the advance of technology and the educational paradigmatic shift that ensued , critical thinking skills have occupied a central part in the literature of teaching and learning pedagogy, not that these skills were not important before but I would say they came to the foreground now more than in any time before.




Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already covered this topic in some previous posts and you can check the following links to learn more about Critical thinking.


For today, I am sharing with you a great graphic that illustrates some elements of critical thinking process. Have a look and as always share with us you feedback. Enjoy



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  1. Thank you for the great visuals about Critical Thinking processes. Two amazing sources I discovered through PD are:

    http://www.tc2.ca/#&panel1-1
    http://www.criticalthinking.org/

    And this tools of Intellectual Standards and Elements of Thought:
    http://www.criticalthinking.org/ctmodel/logic-model1.htm

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  2. This graphic is wonderful. My wheels are already turning as to how I can impart this information to our younger (K-2) students and relate it to the acronym that we currently use in our room: B(elieve)U(understand)D(discover)S(share). I will let you know what ensues. As always...thank you!!

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