Categories » Reading Reflections

Next »
Posts
Reading Reflection #10: Overcoming Obstacles to Critical Thinking (4/20)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflecti (More)
Reading Reflection #9: Rival Causes and Statistics (due 4/13)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflection #9: (More)
Reading Reflection #8: Evidence Part 2 (due 4/6)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflect (More)
Reading Reflection #7: Evidence Part 1 (due 3/17)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the p (More)
Reading Reflection #6: Logical Fallacies (due 3/3)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflection #6: Logical F (More)
Reading Reflection #4: Ambiguity and Assumptions (due 2/27)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflection #4: Ambiguity and A (More)
Reading Reflection #3: Issues, Conclusions, and Reasons (due 2/18)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflecti (More)
Reading Reflection #2: Implicit Bias and Race (due 1/23)
To complete this reading reflection assignment, (1) Go to your personal blog, (2) Click on New -> Post, (3) Title the post Reading Reflection #2: Implicit Bias and R (More)
Reading Reflection #1: Critical Thinking
Manner of Asking the Right Questions,” think about and respond to the following questions: What are some characteristics or values of a person who is a critical thinker? Which, if any, of these themes did we suggest for our Classroom Agreement o (More)
Reading Reflection #1: Critical Thinking
Asking the Right Questions (ARQ) Chapter 1: The first value of a person who is a critical thinker are creativity because you have to use your imagination to brainstorm ideas that do work or they don't work out. The second value is open-mindednes (More)
Next »
Skip to toolbar