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College SuccessChapter 7:Thinking
How do you feel about the ways you think?1.I understand how to approach problem-solving.1) yes2) sometimes3) not yet2.I have creative potential.1) yes2) sometimes3) not yet3.I often think about how I’m learning1) yes2) sometimes3) not yet4.I know how to find and evaluatevalid information.1) yes2) sometimes3) not yetPOLL – Ch 7
Thinking and Problem SolvingInvestigating how you think can helpyou practice resolving complexproblems, through self-directedlearning, social intelligence andimplementing possible solutions.Problems are opportunities to learnand develop your resiliency to “bounceback”.
7.1 What Thinking Means7.2 Creative Thinking7.3 Analytical Thinking7.4 Critical Thinking7.5 Problem Solving7.6 Metacognition(thinking about, your thinking)7.7 Information Literacy(applying critical and analytical thinking to what you learn)AgendaThis Photoby Unknown Author is licensed underCC BY-SA
7.1 What Thinking Means7.2 Creative Thinking7.3 Analytical Thinking7.4 Critical Thinking7.5 Problem Solving7.6 Metacognition(thinking about, your thinking)7.7 Information Literacy(applying critical and analytical thinking to what you learn)AgendaThis Photoby Unknown Author is licensed underCC BY-SA
Describe thinking as a process and the reasons it is important.Discuss the importance of creative thinking and ways of generatingoriginal ideas.Define analytical thinking, its component parts, and outcomes.Articulate the process and importance of critical thinking.Describe the best approaches to problem-solving.Define metacognition and describe ways to become thoughtfulabout your thinking.Define information literacy for college studentsLearning Outcomes for Ch 7
Creative ThinkingCreativity doesn't alwayspresent itself in the guise of achart-topping musical hit orother artistic expression.Creativity is the highest levelof thinking skills.You will be creating an e-portfolio.
7.1/7.2 Generating Original Ideas &Working with Unconventional IdeasOdeo was founded in 1995.It’s main function was toallowed people to create andshare podcasts.When they launched a new product in 1996, Michael Arringtonoftechcrunch.com wrote:If this was a new startup, a one or two person shop, I’d give it a thumbsup for innovation and good execution on a simple but viral idea.But the fact that this is coming fromOdeomakes me wonder – what isthis company doing to make their core offering compelling?How dotheir shareholders feel about side projects like Twttr when theirprimary product line is, besides the excellent design, a total snoozer?

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