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399 wordsPermalinkShow parentReplyIn reply to Tina NakakukiRe: Critical ThinkingbyBrandy Ferrara (Instructor)- Tuesday, 25 February 2020, 3:30 PMIf you were a potential employer, how would you judge a candidates critical thinking skills?Thanks,Dr. Ferrara18 wordsPermalinkShow parentReplyIn reply to Tina NakakukiRe: Critical ThinkingbyKristian Gansler- Wednesday, 26 February 2020, 1:40 AMNina,
42 wordsPermalinkShow parentReplyIn reply to Tina NakakukiRe: Critical ThinkingbyLuena Wtight- Wednesday, 26 February 2020, 6:13 PMTina Nakakuki i really enjoyed reading your work, well done it was done well and very informative.17 wordsPermalinkShow parentReplyIn reply to Tina NakakukiRe: Critical ThinkingbyShimon Doodkin- Wednesday, 26 February 2020, 10:12 PMIt is Interesting that soft skills can only be acquired through experiences.12 wordsPermalinkShow parentReply
In reply to Tina NakakukiRe: Critical ThinkingbyJames Jean Baptiste- Thursday, 27 February 2020, 3:00 AMTina NakakukiGood job. interesting stats from CBS news, Can the reason why students are not ready for the field?20 wordsPermalinkShow parentReplyIn reply to Tina NakakukiRe: Critical ThinkingbyMax Patrick Olivier Morin- Thursday, 27 February 2020, 3:13 AMCongratulations Tina! You work is outstandingly elaborated and features very good ideas. Good workoverall.15 wordsPermalinkShow parentReplyIn reply to Brandy Ferrara (Instructor)Re: Critical Thinking
byOlesia I- Monday, 24 February 2020, 11:57 AMBefore we start talking about critical thinking and its importance in the workforce, it is highly useful toget familiar with Bloom's taxonomy. This is a classification of thinking skills that follow each other in ahierarchical order, moving from the simplest to the most complex one. Let's take a brief look at LorinAnderson and David Krothwohl's (2015) updated version of Bloom's taxonomy and how it outlines eachthinking skill:1.Remembering and Recalling.This is the first and the simplest thinking skill that starts developingat the earliest age. Involves finding the information in the memory and then repeating it.2.Understanding.This level implies processing, explaining and interpreting the meaning of learnedinformation. This skill is developed starting from primary school age.3.Applying.This skill involves using the learned information in practice. The development of thisskill often starts in middle school but sometimes earlier.

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