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Topic #1

To help ensure transfer of training, what would you do outside the training itself? Who would you involve and how? What would you do about the organizational structure/environment?

Topic #2

What are competencies and why are they popular in training departments? How are competency models related to job analysis?

 

 

First, explore the site as a college student (see readings as posted in Syllabus).

Go to  http://www.criticalthinking.org/starting/college_student.cfm and read the following articles: 
-- 
Becoming a Critic of Your Thinking
-- Glossary of Critical Thinking Terms
-- Universal Intellectual Standards
-- Valuable Intellectual Traits
-- Distinguishing Between Inferences and Assumptions
-- Thinking with Concepts

Then go to the Online Learning tab (see copy of page below):

NOTE:You are not required to sign up for membership (complimentary) or pay to take a test.

If you are interested in taking the  Basic Understandings SAMPLE TEST click here. You must be logged in to take the test.  Click Here to Login or Register for Membership to the Critical Thinking Community,

Respond here with on one or two concepts or ideas that your found useful to share with your peers.

Be sure to include the source and a link.

During the week read peers postings, and comment.

Enjoy!

Elements and Standards Learning Tool

In this section, we offer an interactive model which details the analysis and assessment of reasoning, and enables you to apply the model to real life problems.
On this page we introduce the analysis and assessment of reasoning. To skip this introduction and go directly to the model, see the links near the bottom of this page.
Why the Analysis of Thinking Is ImportantEveryone thinks; it is our nature to do so. But much of our thinking, left to itself, is biased, distorted, partial, uninformed, or downright prejudiced. Yet the quality of our life and of what we produce, make, or build depends precisely on the quality of our thought. Shoddy thinking is costly, both in money and in quality of life. If you want to think well, you must understand  at least the rudiments of thought, the most basic structures out of which all thinking is made. You must learn how to take thinking apart.
All Thinking Is Defined by the Eight Elements That Make It Up Eight basic structures are present in all thinking: Whenever we think, we think for a purpose within a point of view based on assumptions leading to implications and consequences. We use concepts, ideas and theories to interpret data, facts, and experiences in order to answer questions, solve problems, and resolve issues.

Thinking, then:
  • generates purposes
  • raises questions
  • uses information
  • utilizes concepts
  • makes inferences
  • makes assumptions
  • generates implications
  • embodies a point of view
Click to Open the "Elements and Standards" Online Model

Each of these structures has implications for the others. If you change your purpose or agenda, you change your questions and problems. If you change your questions and problems, you are forced to seek new information and data. If you collect new information and data…  Why the Assessment of Thinking is Important Once you have analyzed thinking, you then need to assess it, using  universal intellectual standards. Reasonable persons judge reasoning using these standards. When you internalize them and explicitly use them in your thinking, your thinking becomes more clear, more accurate, more precise, more relevant, deeper, broader and more fair. You should note that we generally focus on a selection of standards. Among others are credibility, sufficiency, reliability, and practicality.  Using the Elements and Standards Online Model

 

The easy-to-use online model you will find at the following two links were developed to further introduce you to the Elements of Reasoning and Universal Intellectual Standards, and enable you to apply them to real life problems.

 

These pages are self-guided and self paced, allowing you to move back and forth between the elements and standards. When moving around in the model realize that the cursor will need to be moved carefully around the wheel to keep from activating parts of the model you are not focusing on at the moment. With some practice you will see how the model works and be able to work with it effectively.

Click to Open the "Elements and Standards" Online Model

Using the Elements and Standards To Analyze a Problem

An interactive extension of the Model Above, this tool will allow you to analyze a problem by identifying each of the  Elements of Thought you are using in your reasoning. Pay attention to the intellectual standards as you do so. Your analysis and conclusions can be viewed and printed in a report form when you have completed your analysis. You can save the logics of multiple problems in the database and return to review them or update them at any time.

This tool is available to Members (see  complimentary membership) of the Critical Thinking Community. You must be logged in to view and use this resource.

 

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