Developing Critical Thinking through Cooperative Learning

@inproceedings{Barzdiukien2010DevelopingCT,
  title={Developing Critical Thinking through Cooperative Learning},
  author={Raminta Barzd{\vz}iukien},
  year={2010}
}
  • Raminta Barzdžiukien
  • Published 2010
To think critically means to function effectively in the changing world of the 21st century. Thus, only conscious learning and reasonably active teaching with the focus on critical thinking skills might help a learner achieve positive results in any field, foreign languages included. The problem is that the basic intellectual standards essential to critical thinking are not typically taught in schools. Therefore young people at the university frequently display poor reasoning and problem… CONTINUE READING
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