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CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING
What is Critical Thinking?
1. “interpreting, analyzing or evaluating information, arguments or experiences with a set of reflective attitudes, skills, and abilities”

2. “reasonable reflective thinking that is focused on deciding what to do and what to believe” OR “to guide our thoughts, beliefs and actions”

3. “examining the thinking of others to improve our own”

Elements of Critical Thinking
Facts:

From a series of facts, or an absence of facts, we make:
ESPAÑA
CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING
If I hear it, I forget it .
If I see it, I remember it .
If I do it, I know it .
Participants:
Georgi Zhelyazkov, Marta Álvarez, Fco Javier Franco, Esther Rasal

VIDEO EN ESPAÑOL LATINO
Inferences
Testing the validity of our inferences, we make :

Assumptions:

From our assumptions, we form our…
Opinions:

Taking our opinions, we use the principles of logic to develop:
Arguments:

When we want to challenge the arguments of others, we employ:
Critical analysis

Thinking about your students, which of the elements above are your students capable of ?

Observation:

From a series of observations, we can come to establish:
What is Problem Solving?
Problem Solving
is a mental process whereby an individual utilizes his/her previous knowledge and experience to respond to the requirements of an unfamiliar situation. The response should seek out the conflict or ambiguity of the situation.


Elements of Problem Solving
3- Studying and analyzing the collected
information



4- Suggesting solutions

5- Evaluating the suggested solutions



6- Solving the problem

1. Defining the problem:

2- Gathering information


BULGARIA
PROYECTO INTERNACIONAL
COLEGIO JESÚS-MARÍA GARCÍA NOBLEJAS (MADRID)
SALESIANOS LOYOLA DE ARANJUEZ (MADRID)
COLEGIO FEDAC Ripollet - BARCELONA
COLEGIO FEDAC Ripollet
- BARCELONA
SALESIANOS LOYOLA DE ARANJUEZ (MADRID)
COLEGIO JESÚS-MARÍA GARCÍA NOBLEJAS -MADRID
Se dejan caer, una pelota que está encima de
un armario y una pelota que está encima de una silla, ¿qué pelota llegará antes al suelo?
EJEMPLOS Y CONTRAEJEMPLOS
VARIABLES POSIBLES
POSIBLES RESPUESTAS
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