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Warning Beware of Fake News

10 Ways to Spot Fake News

The 2020 election is fast approaching.  Posing as a Midwestern housewife and using thousands of other fake accounts on Twitter and Facebook, lying Russian meddlers …

Critical Thinking – A Better Way

The importance of understanding why Strongly skilled and fair-minded critical thinkers seek explanations. Beliefs, no matter how heartfelt, must be grounded in reasons and evidence …

Top 10 Critical Thinking FAQS

Top 10 Critical Thinking FAQs

1. Can experts agree on a definition of “critical thinking?” Yes. And they have. An international panel of more than forty-five experts achieved this consensus:  …

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Leaders of Critical Thinking at Neeley School of Business TCU

“Harnessing the power of critical thinking is instrumental in the way we will prepare the next generation of leaders, here, at TCU’s Neeley School of …

"Education is nothing more or less, than learning to think" written in English and Chinese

Assessing and Teaching Critical Thinking

This Guest Blog Post by Peter A. Facione, Ph.D., Measured Reasons LLC, is presented as part of Insight Assessment’s commitment to advancing critical thinking worldwide.  In …

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Critical Thinking & Hoops – Nature or Nurture?

Critical thinking: Are you born with it or can you learn it? Leaders in business and the armed services frequently ask, is critical thinking something …

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