Welcome to EDUO 9830 Critical Thinking. This class was created by Dominican University of California in conjunction with Educational Development and Services as part of a seven course series entitled Core Thinking Skills. This series is designed to help teachers learn strategies that will significantly improve their ability to teach the Common Core State Standards.
The content learned in the class, Critical Thinking, will prepare you to teach your students how to think critically through analysis, evaluation, and problem-solving. These skills will increase your students’ achievement in school and are the building blocks to a lifetime of good decision-making. By meeting the requirements of this class, participating teachers will earn one semester unit of graduate level extension credit from Dominican University of California, a fully accredited university. The other six courses in the series are:
- EDUO 9824 Cognitive Transfer
- EDUO 9825 Creative Thinking
- EDUO 9826 Complex Thinking
- EDUO 9827 Comprehensive Thinking
- EDUO 9828 Collaborative Thinking
- EDUO 9829 Communicative Thinking
All seven courses in the Core Thinking Skills series require the same book titled How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core by James Bellanca, Robin Fogarty, & Brian Pete. This book is available for purchase at www.amazon.com.
After completing the course titled Critical Thinking, you will demonstrate or indicate:
- How to teach students the skill of analyzing information.
- How to teach students the skill of evaluating information.
- How to teach students the skill of effectively solving problems.
- The ability to plan lessons or activities that teach critical thinking.
Course Relation to CCS or other Professional Standards
This course aligns with the Common Core standards found at http://www.corestandards.orgRegister Now
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