Obstacles to the Development of Critical Thinking Dispositions Among Student Teachers at Morgenster Teachers' College, Zimbabwe

@article{Zireva2013ObstaclesTT,
  title={Obstacles to the Development of Critical Thinking Dispositions Among Student Teachers at Morgenster Teachers' College, Zimbabwe},
  author={Davison Zireva and Moeketsi Letseka},
  journal={Mediterranean journal of social sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={671}
}
This article explores obstacles to the development of critical thinking dispositions at Morgenster Teachers’ College (MTC) in Zimbabwe. MTC is a private college of the Reformed Church in Zimbabwe (RCZ) with an enduring history of evangelism. An estimated 50 per cent of the students are admitted on the strength of their exemplary participation in their respective parishes. About 80 per cent of lecturers are church members with reputable track records in church ministry. They are champions of… 
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