Week 1 overview - thinking In addition you will consider...

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Week 1 overview Posted: Sun 11/07/2010 08:38 AM , by: Melanie Simpson ( [email protected] ) Week 1 Topics and Objectives Developing and Establishing a Foundation for Thinking Identify strategies to develop and improve your thinking. Recognize the importance of building a foundation for critical and creative thinking. Explain the basis of judgment when addressing moral questions and dilemmas. Weekly Overview In Week One, you will begin your exploration into the art of thinking. Your readings this week will focus on awareness, presenting an overview, and foundational concepts of critical and creative thinking. You will learn to identify strategies to develop and improve your own thinking skills, and work to understand the importance of building a foundation for critical and creative
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Unformatted text preview: thinking. In addition, you will consider and begin to construct an approach to addressing moral questions and dilemmas. Your assignment this week will allow you to review materials related to an environmental issue, and address its moral issues and dilemmas through a blog post. Summary of Week One Deliverables Assignment Location Due Bio Chat Room Forum Day 2 (Tuesday) Participation and Discussion Questions Main Forum Ongoing (4 days per week) Assignment: Editorial Blog Entry Assignments link Day 7 (Sunday) Melanie Simpson, MAT Faculty University of Phoenix Eastern Time Zone [email protected]
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