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Download Joan B. Baron,Robert J. Contextualism and Critical Thinking: Programmatic. Performance Assessment Introduction For the past few years critics of current assessment practices have called for dramatic changes in how we assess what students know and are able to do. Most of the criticism has been directed at the widespread use of standardized achievement tests in our schools; however, many teacher-made tests and tests found in textbooks have similar weaknesses. Middle childhood is a complex period of the life span. New understandings and social situations bring variety to children s lives as they form new strategies for the world ahead.
Atkinson, D. Bensley, D. Teaching and assessing critical thinking skills for argument analysis in psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 37 2 , The acquisition of general purpose strategic knowledge for argumentation. Teaching of Psychology, 22 1 ,
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Baron and R. Baron , R. Sternberg Published Psychology. This text describes the theory and practice behind the teaching of thinking skills to students. Save to Library.
The article discusses the construction of the critical thinking concept in higher education and its change in scientific publications between and Based on a systematic literature review, the following research questions are raised: how does construction of critical thinking concept change in the context of higher education during time? How are personal, interpersonal, and social aspects expressed in the concept of critical thinking in the context of higher education? The systematic literature review revealed significant grow of publications starting from It is also disclosed slight change in treating critical thinking as purely general or domain-specific competence. The authors of the researched articles do not make clear division between critical thinking as a general and as a domain-specific competence. However, some authors reveal also interpersonal and social aspects of critical thinking.
Critical thinking is the analysis of facts to form a judgment. Critical thinking is self-directed , self-disciplined , self- monitored , and self- corrective thinking. It entails effective communication and problem-solving abilities as well as a commitment to overcome native egocentrism   and sociocentrism. The earliest records of critical thinking are the teachings of Socrates recorded by Plato. These included a part in Plato's early dialogues, where Socrates engages with one or more interlocutors on the issue of ethics such as question whether it was right for Socrates to escape from prison. Socrates established the fact that one cannot depend upon those in "authority" to have sound knowledge and insight.
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