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CITIZENS
Georgia P, Stephanie L, Sarah M
GLOBAL
TOPIC 11
Attributes of a Global Citizen
Critical Thinker
Importance of being a Critical Thinker
Escherian Stairwell by Raphael Nelson Aboganda
References
Questions?
xoxo gossip goat
Stephanie
I’m related to a celebrity
I once super glued myself into my jeans
I’m a certified lifeguard
I play raids on WoW with my parents


Georgia
I have glasses.
I live in south gippsland.
I have a pet cat.
I have been bitten by a snake.

Sarah
I am allergic to a lot of animals
I had a near drowning experience when I was little
I have a cousin in the AFL
I have 2 cats, 2 dogs and 2 birds

Derren Brown
Tricks woman into thinking shes dead
What happens when institutions such as the media effect our views of basic common knowledge?
"Being a thoughtful or reflective and having a strong ethical sense"
(Watts, 2004, p.52).
“Citizens who ask “awkward” questions regarding the activities of local, regional and national government offices, who call for political leaders to account for their actions
, and who are ready to challenge the legitimacy of existing policies and political structures are critical thinkers”
(Brookfield, 1987,p.4).
Medias Influence
on Critical Thinking
The Reality of the
Escherian Stairwell
What is Knowledge?
"...The world comes to them, not pure, not undifferentiated, but already parcelled out, distinctively signposted and labelled" - Ballard, B. & Clanchy, J. (1988)
The Social Construction of Knowledge
Nelson's Knowledge Cycle
How Are We Affected by the Social Construction of Knowledge?
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Brookfield, S. (1987). Developing Critical Thinkers: Challenging Adults to Exploring Alternative Ways of Thinking and Acting (pp.3-12). Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Goldblatt, D. (Ed. ) (2004). Introduction. In Knowledge and the Social Sciences: Theory, Method, Practice (Second Edition) (pp. 1-5). London: Routledge in association with the Open University.

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Nelson, S. (1981) ‘Knowledge creation’ in Rich, R. (ed.), The Knowledge Cycle, (pp. 41-63), Beverley Hills: Sage.

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Normand, M & Dallery, J. (2007). Mercury rising: exposing the vaccine- autism myth. Skeptic, 13(3), pp. 32-36.

Nussbaum, M. (2004). Liberal education & global community. Liberal Education, Winter, pp. 42-47.

Thompson, K & Woodward, K. (2004). Knowing and believing: religious knowledge. In D. Goldblatt (Ed.), Knowledge and the Social Sciences: Theory, Method, Practice (2nd ed.). (Excerpt, pp. 39-49). London: Routledge in association with the Open University.

Watts, R. (2004). Higher education in the age of mass university: Socrates at the tech. pp.41-66. Melbourne Studies in Education.

Woodward, K., Goldblatt, D. & McFall, L. (2004). Changing times, changing knowledge. In D. Goldblatt (Ed.), Knowledge and the Social Sciences: Theory, Method, Practice (2nd ed.). (pp.122-135). London: Routledge in association with the Open University.



“Democracy needs citizens who
can think for themselves rather
than simply deferring to authority,
who can reason together rather
than just trading claims and
counter-claims.”
Nussbaum (2004, pp. 44)
Responsibility in the
Creation of Knowledge
'You know, the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common:
they don't alter their views to fit the facts; they alter the facts to fit their views.” - Fourth Doctor, Doctor Who (Tom Baker)

1. What are the common attributes of a critical thinker?
2. What are the common attributes of a "Citizen of the World"?
3. What are the steps to Nelsons knowledge cycle?
4. What is knowledge?
5. Fit this to the Knowledge Scape: Escherian Stairwell?
6. What effects the creation of knowledge?
7. Why is it important to think critically?
8. How are you affected by knowledge?

Answers
Stephanie
Fact 1: I play raids on WoW with my parents
Fact 2: I once super glued myself into my jeans
Fact 3: I’m related to a celebrity (John Banner - played Sgt. Schultz in Hogan’s Heroes)
Fib: I’m a certified lifeguard

Georgia
Fact 1 : I have glasses.
Fact 2: I live in south gippsland.
Fact 3: I have a pet cat.
Fib: I have been bitten by a snake.

Sarah
Fact 1: I am allergic to a lot of animals
Fact 2: I have a cousin in the AFL
Fact 3: I have 2 cats, 2 dogs and 2 birds
Fib: I had a near drowning experience when I was little


Stephanie
I’m related to a celebrity
I once super glued myself into my jeans
I’m a certified lifeguard
I play raids on WoW with my parents
Georgia
I have glasses.
I live in south gippsland.
I have a pet cat.
I have been bitten by a snake.
Sarah
I am allergic to a lot of animals
I had a near drowning experience when I was little
I have a cousin in the AFL
I have 2 cats, 2 dogs and 2 birds
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