You can learn how to design your courses for more meaningful instruction that uses fundamental concepts to help students develop the thinking skills they need in their disciplines and careers. Course Design Strategies to Enhance Critical Thinking Skills helps you prioritize so you can give your students a solid foundation in your discipline and prepare them for continuous learning.Product Code: PC15CA Julie Schrock, Ph D Associate Professor of Education, Meredith College Julie Schrock is a professor of education and co-director of faculty development at Meredith College.
You can design your courses and structure your classes in ways that engage your students in a collaborative learning process that continues long after class ends. It shows you how to use course design and instructional strategies to promote critical thinking and develop high-level learning in your students.
By focusing on the fundamentals of your discipline and the essential questions of your courses, you focus your students attention on the content that is most important for them to know and use in order to think like a professional in your field.
Critical thinking is an intellectual model for reasoning through issues to reach well-founded conclusions about them.
Asking questions is at the heart of critical thinking.
RMA promotes an enterprise approach to risk management that focuses on credit risk, market risk and operational risk.
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Read More Steven Benko, Ph D Assistant Professor, Meredith College Steven Benko is assistant professor of religious and ethical studies at Meredith College.
His primary areas of interest are in contemporary ethical thought.
He teaches courses at the intersection between ethics, religion, and culture, including courses on ethics and contemporary social issues,...
This MOOC presents participants in the teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) community with a working definition of culture and tools for analyzing, understanding, and negotiating differences between cultures.