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Critical Thinking Defined

Critical thinking is an ability to analyze and evaluate claims and arguments in order to make a reasonable conclusion or decision. Critical thinking encourages taking arguments apart, analyzing the parts (premises), and evaluating whether a given proposition or a conclusion follows from its reasoning. 265 more words

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

After thoroughly reading Chap 10 and 11 – define and discuss one topic on environmental sustainability from each of those two text chapters in your own words. 115 more words

Business And Management

MESH - mindset, essential skills, habits

MESH (mindset, essential skills, habits) has recently become a commonly used term at many education conferences and within academic centered conversations. Like any new word that becomes mainstream with educators, it should be looked at from the perspective of all learners – educators as well as students. 549 more words

Professional Learning

The Emperor is Naked And Nobody Cares

I don’t like being taken for a fool nor do I have a great capacity to suffer fools. Its an affliction. I try I’m just not any good at it. 801 more words


Ignorance is Strength - Meaning and Usage - LiteraryDevices.net

Ignorance is Strength

This phrase appears in George Orwell’s novel, 1984. The author has used it as the slogan of the Party in the very first part of the novel, where it reads, “War is Peace / Freedom is Slavery / Ignorance is Strength” (Part-I, Chapter-I). 526 more words


Cyber Assaults on Democracy’s ‘Brain-Space’ are Here to Stay – The Cipher Brief

The United States has no peer competitors in conventional military power. But its adversaries are increasingly turning to asymmetric methods for engaging in conflict. Cyber-enabled information warfare (CEIW) is a form of conflict to which the United States – and liberal democracies more generally – are particularly vulnerable. 14 more words


Virtual Skeptics #207 - 20 September 2017

This week on the Virtual Skeptics….

Bob is predatory;
Eve is gonna party like it’s 1999 again;
Barb is seeing in color;
And Tim probably isn’t in Nambia…