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Barnett, Ronald

The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Thinking in Higher Education

Barnett, Ronald - The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Thinking in Higher Education, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Martin Davies, Ronald Barnett

Part I. What Is Critical Thinking in Higher Education?

2. Critical Thinking: A Streamlined Conception
Robert H. Ennis

3. Critical Thinking and/or Argumentation in Higher Education
Richard Andrews

4. A Curriculum for Critical Being
Ronald Barnett

5. Willingness to Inquire: The Cardinal Critical Thinking Virtue
Benjamin Hamby

Part II. Teaching Critical Thinking

6. Teaching Critical Thinking: An Operational Framework
Keith Thomas, Beatrice Lok

7. Teaching Critical Thinking for Lifelong Learning
Paul Green

8. Teaching Critical Thinking as Inquiry
Sharon Bailin, Mark Battersby

9. Debate’s Relationship to Critical Thinking
Stephen M. Llano

10. Thick Critical Thinking: Toward a New Classroom Pedagogy
Milton W. Wendland, Chris Robinson, Peter A. Williams

11. A Disciplined Approach to Critical Thinking
Anna Jones

12. Using Argument Mapping to Improve Critical Thinking Skills
Tim Gelder

Part III. Incorporating Critical Thinking in the Curriculum

13. The Relationship between Self-Regulation, Personal Epistemology, and Becoming a “Critical Thinker”: Implications for Pedagogy
Iris Vardi

14. Using Argument Diagramming to Teach Critical Thinking in a First-Year Writing Course
Maralee Harrell, Danielle Wetzel

15. Virtue and Inquiry: Bridging the Transfer Gap
Tracy Bowell, Justine Kingsbury

16. Proposition Testing: A Strategy to Develop Critical Thinking for Essay Writing
Sara Hammer, Phil Griffiths

17. Conditions for Criticality in Doctoral Education: A Creative Concern
Eva M. Brodin

18. The Effectiveness of Instruction in Critical Thinking
David Hitchcock

Part IV. Critical Thinking and Culture

19. Do Students from Different Cultures Think Differently about Critical and Other Thinking Skills?
Emmanuel Manalo, Takashi Kusumi, Masuo Koyasu, Yasushi Michita, Yuko Tanaka

20. Critical Thinking through a Multicultural Lens: Cultural Challenges of Teaching Critical Thinking
Maha Bali

21. Cultural Variance, Critical Thinking, and Indigenous Knowledges: Exploring a Both-Ways Approach
Sharon K. Chirgwin, Henk Huijser

22. Critical Thinking Education with Chinese Characteristics
Yu Dong

Part V. Critical Thinking and the Cognitive Sciences

23. Metacognitive Education: Going beyond Critical Thinking
Joe Y. F. Lau

24. Applying Cognitive Science to Critical Thinking among Higher Education Students
Jason M. Lodge, Erin O’Connor, Rhonda Shaw, Lorelle Burton

25. Metacognition and Critical Thinking: Some Pedagogical Imperatives
Peter Ellerton

Part VI. Critical Thinking and the Professions

26. Critical Thinking in Professional Accounting Practice: Conceptions of Employers and Practitioners
Samantha Sin, Alan Jones, Zijian Wang

27. Critical Thinking for Future Practice: Learning to Question
Franziska Trede, Celina McEwen

28. Criticality in Osteopathic Medicine: Exploring the Relationship between Critical Thinking and Clinical Reasoning
Sandra Grace, Paul J. Orrock

29. Making Critical Thinking Visible in Undergraduates’ Experiences of Scientific Research
Anna N. Wilson, Susan M. Howitt, Denise M. Higgins, Pamela J. Roberts

30. Using Social Media to Enhance Critical Thinking: Crossing Socio-Educational Divides
Nancy November

Part VII. Social Perspectives on Critical Thinking

31. Speaking Truth to Power: Teaching Critical Thinking in the Critical Theory Tradition
Stephen Brookfield

32. Stumbling over the First Hurdle? Exploring Notions of Critical Citizenship
Elmarie Costandius, Margaret Blackie, Brenda Leibowitz, Ian Nell, Rhoda Malgas, Sophia Olivia Rosochacki, Gert Young

33. Critical Pedagogy: Critical Thinking as a Social Practice
Stephen Cowden, Gurnam Singh

34. The Knowledge Practices of Critical Thinking
Eszter Szenes, Namala Tilakaratna, Karl Maton

35. Critical Thinking for Educated Citizenship
Monique Volman, Geert Dam

Keywords: Education, Higher Education, Philosophy of Education, Social Sciences, general, Science, general

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
646 pages
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137378057
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-47812-5

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