The Six Hats of Critical Thinking and How to Use Them The Paul-Eder Critical Thinking Framework InPaul and Elder introduced the critical thinking framework that helps students to master their thinking dimensions through identifying the thinking parts and evaluate the usage of these parts. The framework aims to add improving our reasoning through identifying its different elements through three main elements; elements of reasoning, intellectual standards, and intellectual traits. Elements of Reasoning Whenever we have a topic or argument to discuss, we tend to use a number of thinking types in order to understand the topic in hand. These parts are known as the elements of thought or reasoning.
Attention; and Sensitivity to context. Concerning "information" -- consider thinking about four levels of knowledge Performance assessment using the dimensions of learning model: The following list can be found at pp.
Huba and Jann E. Allyn and Bacon Press. They cite Marzano at pp.
In the library at LB Self-regulation Is aware of own thinking. Is aware of and uses necessary resources. Is sensitive to feedback. Evaluates the effectiveness of own actions. Critical thinking Is accurate and seeks accuracy. Is clear and seeks clarity. Takes a position when the situation warrants it.
Is sensitive to the feeling and level of knowledge of others. Creative thinking Engages intensely in tasks even when answers or solutions are not immediately apparent. Pushes the limits of own knowledge and abilities. Generates, trusts, and maintains own standards of evaluation. Generates new ways of viewing a situation outside the boundaries of standard conventions.
Perhaps a Google search will yield good results in another website Heather Blitz I don't remember her source for this list.derstanding the relation between critical thinking, intelligence, and ra-tional thought.
THE FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS OF CRITICAL THINKING In the critical thinking literature, the ability to evaluate evidence and arguments independently of one’s prior beliefs and opinions is a skill 8 A Framework for Critical Thinking, Rational Thinking.
Thinking about Thinking: An Exploration of Preservice Teachers’ Views about Higher Order Conceptual Framework Critical thinking skills have been declared necessary for people in the 21st century, both learners” (p.
6). Critical thinking, or higher order thinking skills (HOTS) as it is more commonly phrased in K education, is seen.
outcome is not always accomplished. Critical thinking competence requires a philosophical shift from output to process, learning to thinking and subject isolation to subject integration. As a framework for understanding critical thinking across the curriculum, this article reviews traditional and contemporary.
The use of a single critical thinking framework is an important aspect of institution-wide critical thinking initiatives (Paul and Nosich, ; Paul, ). According to this view, critical thinking instruction should not be relegated to one or two disciplines or departments with discipline specific language and conceptualizations.
Critical thinking and the anti-oppressive thinking of critical consciousness work together, because oppression involves controlling information, and it requires uninformed thought. Without the ability to think critically, a person cannot develop anti-oppressive thinking. The other key ingredient of critical consciousness is anti-oppressive action.
Critical Thinking and Transferability: A Review of the Literature By Gwendolyn Reece April 9, Since the s, concern that American students may not be capable of transferring the skills they have gained from their education to the practical problems of life has troubled educators.
Of greatest concern is whether students have mastered.