Throughout the world, in academic, business, arts and social spheres, there is increasing evidence that critical thinking is crucial to success.
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Browse a sampling of how Insight Assessment clients are using our measurement tools to meet their assessment goals--and why good reasoning skills are important in everyone's life.
People who cannot think as well as we need them to think, whether they are workers, parents, children, supervisors, teachers, soldiers or elders impact the success of our schools, businesses and society. What can be done when a weakness in thinking skills has been identified in a group of students or workers?
Weak critical thinking skills show themselves in many ways: critical and costly errors, repeated mistakes, bad decisions, failed systems, inaction when action is needed, the giving of bad advice, inaccurate assumptions, the poor design of training programs, the poor evaluation of educational curricula, the lack of anticipated action… the list is long.
A person with strong numeracy skills can apply his or her knowledge of numbers, arithmetic, algebraic relationships, geometric relationships, and mathematical techniques to situations that require the interpretation or evaluation of quantitative information.
Successful performance in business, health care, government service, and education requires fair-minded decision making, anticipation of consequences, and the evaluation of options and actions. As the world leader in the measurement of critical thinking, Insight Assessment provides valid and reliable instruments to assist our clients to know which of their people have the core skills and mindset to draw reasonable conclusions, e...
At all ages of life, where ever purposeful and reflective judgment is needed, critical thinking skills and mindset are essential.
Weak critical thinking skills show themselves in many ways: dangerous and costly errors, repeated mistakes, bad decisions, failed systems, inaction when action is needed, the giving of bad advice, inaccurate assumptions, the poor design of training programs, the poor evaluation of educational curricula, the lack of anticipated action…… the list is long.
Weakness in critical thinking skill results in loss of opportunities, of financial resources, of relationships, and even loss of life. There is probably no other attribute more worthy of measure than critical thinking skills.<...