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Using Critical Thinking Skills

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Abstract

Critical thinking development is an essential part of undergraduate education, but are we certain that pre-service teachers can define the concept of CT in order to pursue it later in the classroom? Based on the conviction that CT can be learned, developed and improved.The participants‟ references which correspond to the meaning of CT as a position conceive this meaning as an attitude that prevents individuals from becoming passive receptors of social happenings. They argue that it makes one distance himself from the masses, develop a personal mentality, cautiously take control of people, facts and circumstances, challenge commonly approved concepts, express his will, develop autonomy and independent thinking and be open to every possibility

Keywords

critical thinking
pedagogy of critical thinking
teacher education
implicative statistics
human ability

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Sayfullaeva Umida Ulmaskulovna. (2021). Using Critical Thinking Skills. International Journal of Culture and Modernity, 3, 32–36. Retrieved from https://ijcm.academicjournal.io/index.php/ijcm/article/view/26
  • Submitted
    29 May 2021
  • Revised
    29 May 2021
  • Published
    29 May 2021