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Critical thinking as a self-regulatory process component in teaching and learning.

  title={Critical thinking as a self-regulatory process component in teaching and learning.},
  author={Huy P Phan},
  volume={22 2},
  • Huy P Phan
  • Published 31 December 2010
  • Psychology
  • Psicothema
This article presents a theoretically grounded model of critical thinking and self-regulation in the context of teaching and learning. Critical thinking, deriving from an educational psychology perspective is a complex process of reflection that helps individuals become more analytical in their thinking and professional development. My conceptualisation in this discussion paper argues that both theoretical orientations (critical thinking and self-regulation) operate in a dynamic interactive… 

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