Critical Thinking Skills

June 19, 2013 — 3 Comments

This is a helpful visual for critical thinking skills. Many times we try to jump from 1 or 2 to 6!

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Patrick Schreiner

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I teach New Testament at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. I am married with three children. This blog, against all wisdom, includes anything I am interested in. That includes movies, music, theology, culture, hermeneutics, the Gospels, and politics. Feel free to comment and let me know you are reading or that you have found something helpful. I reserve the right to delete unhelpful or rude comments. Many of these posts are simply things I find interesting and therefore I am not asserting I agree with everything I link to.

3 responses to Critical Thinking Skills

  1. And your source for this? …Please…

  2. I am president of Salt Lake Baptist College and its online arm, Salt Lake Bible College. We have over 10,000 online students from 77 countries. The online college is tuition free and all study material is online and free for download and there is no graduation fee. There is a small monthly Administration Fee for record-keeping for those who want to earn a degree but that is waived if it is a burden. Only students from first-world countries are asked to voluntarily pay that fee to help keep the college free for all who want to study God’s Word. Also, students who only monitor classes are exempt from the fee because we don’t keep records for those students. We are currently writing and formatting a Critical Thinking course, which will include some teaching on Analytical Thinking because analysis is part of Critical Thinking, and I would like your permission to use your graphic in the textbook. You would be given credit for it, of course.

    Doc Van

    • Patrick Schreiner December 10, 2015 at 2:12 pm

      Doc

      I think I pulled this from somewhere else but forgot to link to it. Because I did not create it I don’t feel comfortable giving permission.

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