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Assessment: Critical and Creative Thinking

   

Added on  2022-11-22

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Critical and Creative Thinking

Outline two models of critical and creative thinking.
Two Models of Critical and Creative thinking.
Model: Outline
Paul-Elder Critical Thinking Framework There are three parts to the Paul-Elder
structure.
Think (reasoning) is made up of the
following elements: Purpose, Attempt,
Assumption, Data, Information, and
Evidence. Ideas and Concepts It is
possible to draw conclusions from the
information provided.
Inquiry into the norms of reasoning
that should be used Relevance, depth,
breadth, rationality, importance, and
justice are all important aspects of
clarity.
Constant and systematic application of
intellectual standards to the
components of thinking forms a
critical thinker's intellectual qualities.
Intellectual humility, openness,
empathy, truthfulness, and faith in
reasoning are all examples of being
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fair-minded.
Multiple Intelligences Gardner Multiple intelligences hypothesis
suggests that human intelligence may
be divided into several "modalities of
intellect," rather than being defined as
a single, all-encompassing talent.
When it comes to demonstrating
multiple intelligences, Howard
Gardner identified eight distinct
capacities. Interpersonal,
Intrapersonal, Logical-mathematical,
Bodily-kinesthetic, and Naturalistic
are some of the other components of
music.
According to Gardner, all types of
intelligence are equally important;
however, Gardner posited that they
may either be nurtured and so
improved or ignored and thus
decreased.
Concepts and methods of critical thinking. Analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating ideas
and methods are essential.
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Concept and approach Features
Analysis In order to show how the "whole" is
composed of the "parts," this topic or
notion will be broken down and evaluated.
It aids in the discovery of data
connections.
Analytical tools include cause-and-effect
graphs and benchmarking. These
technologies let us find problem-solving
connections.
Synthesis Combining pieces leads to conclusions,
repeating patterns, or similarities.
Synthesis reassembles existing info.
You may use a number of tactics or tools
to synthesize connections between
knowledge sources and develop new ideas,
solutions, or alternatives.
Evaluation Evaluation entails making a judgment
based on criteria and standards, then
explaining it. To evaluate an argument or
idea, you must examine and analyze it
(Mendelson and Wolf, 2017).
Truth and relevance may be assessed using
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