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What is Critical Thinking?

In this video, you’ll strategies to improve your critical thinking skills. Visit https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/problem-solving-and-decision-making/what-is-critical-thinking/1/ to learn even more. We hope you enjoy! source

Casually Explained: Critical Thinking

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CRITICAL THINKING – Fundamentals: Correlation and Causation

In this Wireless Philosophy video, Paul Henne (Duke University) explains the difference between correlation and causation. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1vz5fK9 More on Paul Henne: http://bit.ly/29alRyb —- Wi-Phi @ YouTube: http://bit.ly/1PX0hLu Wi-Phi @ Khan Academy: http://bit.ly/1nQJcF7 Twitter: Tweets by wirelessphi Instagram: @wiphiofficial Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1XC2tx3 —- Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/4tzX/ source

CRITICAL THINKING – Fallacies: Straw Man Fallacy [HD]

In this Wireless Philosophy video, Joseph Wu (University of Cambridge) introduces you to the straw man fallacy. This fallacy is committed whenever someone misrepresents an opponent’s claim in arguing against it. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1vz5fK9 More on Joseph Wu: http://bit.ly/1RHIOuV —- Wi-Phi @ YouTube: http://bit.ly/1PX0hLu Wi-Phi @ Khan Academy: http://bit.ly/1nQJcF7 Twitter: Tweets by wirelessphi Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1XC2tx3 Instagram: …

CRITICAL THINKING – Fundamentals: Deductive Arguments

In this Wireless Philosophy video, Geoff Pynn (Northern Illinois) follows up on his introduction to critical thinking by exploring how deductive arguments give us reason to believe their conclusions. Good deductive arguments guarantee their conclusions, and so must be valid (i.e., it must be impossible for the premises to be true while the conclusion is …

Critical Thinking Part 1: A Valuable Argument

Part 1 of the TechNyou critical thinking resource. The resource covers basic logic and faulty arguments, developing student’s critical thinking skills. Suitable for year 8-10, focused on science issues, the module can be adapted to suit classroom plans. The resource is found here: https://education.technyou.edu.au/critical-thinking Transcript can be found here: http://technyou.edu.au/fun-stuff/videos/video-transcripts/ There are also two new …