Thinking Socratically has 0 ratings and 1 review. This work is a text on critical thinking, rather than a logic textbook. It emphasizes a philosophical r. Thinking Socratically has 10 ratings and 1 review. Zeo said: I wish zero stars was an option and that I could get my money back from this class (the inst. Thinking Socratically, 3rd Edition. Sharon Schwarze, Cabrini College. Harvey Lape, Cabrini College. © |Pearson | Available. Share this page. Thinking.
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Having this philosophical understanding helps them to monitor their own critical thinking in a new way, and it helps them to understand why we sometimes have arguments with each other. Improve Critical Thinking – Thinking Socratically contextualizes the presentation of critical thinking topics through easy-to-understand information, and shows, rather than just tells, students how to be critical thinkers by encouraging them to follow Socrates as a model.
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We believed then, and we believe now, that students need to learn critical thinking skills in a variety of contexts and from actual instances, not from concocted textbook examples. Engage Students Thinking Socratically exposes students to a variety of readings listed after expository material, Venn diagrams, chapter-end summaries, etc. Socratical,y a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Bloggat om Thinking Socratically. Organizes topics for ease of assignments. Instructors, you may still place orders with your bookstore. Amie Windsor marked it socratifally to-read Mar 16, Access codes Access codes that are purchased from sellers other than Pearson carry a higher risk of being either the wrong ISBN or a previously redeemed code. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It emphasizes a philosophical reflection on real issues from everyday life, in order to teach students the skills of critical thinking in a commonplace context that is easy to understand and certain to be remembered.
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Thinking Socratically explores all forms of good reasoning from moral to scientific so that students can see their interconnection, and helps distinguish between science and pseudoscience. Want socraatically Read Currently Reading Read. Groundwork on how to process thought. We soon began constructing our own materials for critical thinking, using sorcatically stories, news events, and issues that our students encountered in their daily lives. Plus, Thinking Socratically is organized around topics for ease of assignments, and uses standard terminology to eliminate student confusion.
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