Critical thinking is a significant and essential topic in recent education. The strategy of critical thinking skills helps identify areas in one's courses as the suitable place to highlight, expand and use some problems in exams that test students' critical thinking skills.
Critical thinking means accurate thinking in the search of appropriate and dependable knowledge about the world. Another way to describe it is sensible, insightful, responsible, and skillful thinking that is focused on deciding what to believe or do. Critical thinking is not being able to process information well enough to know to stop for red lights or whether you established the right change at the supermarket.
My academic decisions can sometimes lead me to have a negative state of mind. The text states that critical thinking requires a willingness and passion to explore, probe, question, and search for answers and solutions. Staying positive and have a positive attitude can assist me in knowing how to approaching, and making decisions. The chapter also taught me that asking questions is a part of critical thinking. It’s hard to solve problems without knowing all the facts and opinions.
Critical thinking can also help figure out if I should quit my job. My job now isn’t bad, but it takes forever to get there, because I do have a car. I need a job that closer to home and that would give me more hours. I could gather all the information, weigh the pros and cons and come to a sound decision.
Putting my personal feelings aside and avoid errors in judgment. Sometimes I need to think without my emotions. It would help me not to use snap judgments, negative labeling and stereotypes in my thought process. I should also try learning to...