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1 Critical Thinking Application Critical Thinking Application Shannan Coleman Mgt/350 Daniel Christensen March 21, 2010
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2 Critical Thinking Application Introduction Critical thinking is used by everyone, every day, whether it is at school, work, or ones personal life. Critical thinking is a person’s mode of thinking when he or she thinks about any subject, content, or problem. During this time the thinker improves the quality of his or her decision-making by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing his or her thought. Critical thinking involves much more than just thinking. Critical thinkers approach problems and situations attentive of his or her beliefs, thoughts, and viewpoints. Critical thinkers are eager to explore, question, and seek out answers and solutions. The decision-making process of critical thinking has three steps: framing the questions, making the decision, and evaluating the decision. In each of these three steps has other steps inside of them that in the end totals nine steps altogether. When one frames the question he or she needs to identify the problem, figure out what the purpose is, and evaluate what the effects of
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