Critical Thinking and Student Retention

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Student success depends on critical thinking skills & mindset - Insight AssessmentMajor colleges and universities cannot wait until students are failing courses and already on the road to academic disaster. 

Instead they are using the CCTDI and CCTST on the first day of class, during new student orientation, or even earlier in the admissions process. 

Their staff and faculty use the data from these tools to better target at-risk students and connect them with the necessary developmental programs, boosting student success. In addition Directors of Freshman Seminar are also using data from pre and post tests to evaluate the effectiveness of academic support programs. 

Critical thinking may be the most important and widely espoused college level student learning outcome. When students have not developed the thinking skills necessary to master class work, they drop out of school and fail. To learn more

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