CRITICAL THINKING

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1. COMMUNICATION

1.1. Active Listening

1.1.1. Alesia C.

1.1.1.1. Communication is really important in active listening because there should be questions and answers for a good conversation and products

1.2. Teamwork

1.2.1. Yusuf Ç

1.2.1.1. Teamworks requires communication because if everyone knows responsibilities , they can make really good product together

1.3. Written Communication

1.3.1. Musa M.

1.3.1.1. As like as verbal communication , written communication is most important part of data transcripting , in the past people did not have mobile phone or computer so they used to use papers or books

1.4. Collaboration

1.4.1. Yusuf Berke T.

1.4.1.1. Collaboration is interpersonal skill that helps individuals to work well with each other.

1.5. Explanation

1.5.1. Aljonis I.

1.5.1.1. Communication is important in explanations because if you want to learn or teach something you have to speak or write so you always need an explanation

2. ANALYSIS

2.1. Data Analysis

2.1.1. Dilara K.

2.1.1.1. Although data analysis improves critical thinking, critical thinking in turn helps to interpret the data

2.2. Judgement

2.2.1. Kerem E.

2.2.1.1. Judgment includes making fair and logical decisions, and analyzing concepts, beliefs and evidence analytically

2.3. Research

2.3.1. Esra B

2.3.1.1. Clear thinking and organized thought will enhance the way we communicate our ideas. Critical thinking also improves comprehension skills in learning how to analyze the logical structure of texts.

2.4. Questioning

2.4.1. Mucahit Ş.

2.4.1.1. Students discern, classify and relate the assumptions, Hypotheses, evidence or structure of a critical thought statement or question

2.5. Recognizing Pattern

2.5.1. Serdar D.

2.5.1.1. To make full use of your capacity for visual thinking, you must first learn how to become an expert in pattern recognition

2.6. Skepticism

2.6.1. Ali P.

2.6.1.1. Critical thinking requires an assessment of the claim, a weighing of the evidence and a judgment based on the results of our thinking process. This is the fundamental underpinning of the scientific method

3. CREATIVITY

3.1. Flexibility

3.1.1. Aycan.bs

3.1.1.1. Flexibility is an ability to look at something from a different angle or point of view

3.2. Curiosity

3.2.1. Livian S.

3.2.1.1. Curiosity is the most important thing for being creative because only people can create something who has curiosity

3.3. Imagination

3.3.1. Cristian C.

3.3.1.1. Imagination is the most important thing for begining of being creative because everything begins in creative person's mind

3.4. Predicting

3.4.1. Marius T.

3.4.1.1. Predicting is really important when you try to create something that thing should be useful but you will learn to create with your failure

3.5. Synthesizing

3.5.1. Murat.bs

3.5.1.1. "Synthesis" means the ability to integrate entire parts in new and different ways

3.6. Conceptualizing

3.6.1. Nesrin S.

3.6.1.1. Critical thinking is often conceptualized in terms of competencies, processes , procedures, and practice.

3.7. Vision

3.7.1. Eda O.

3.7.1.1. Creative people tend to inspire others to make the best of themselves. To this end, they offer feedback based on their personal approach and creative experience

4. OPEN MINDNESS

4.1. Diversity

4.1.1. Omer.N

4.1.1.1. If you experience diversity in your daily lives, you will be regularly faced to people, cultures , traditions and practices that differ from your own. You'll learn the abilities to communicate and interact with communities and concepts you 're unfamiliar with, and gain a more worldly view.

4.2. Fairness

4.2.1. Berkay.N

4.2.1.1. Fairness means the argument is balanced and without prejudice. It pushes us to be even-handed and impartial towards other positions. There is Justice, when an argument is objective.

4.3. Objectivity

4.3.1. Raziye E.

4.3.1.1. While looking at facts or a situation, strong logical thinkers are able to stay as rational as possible. Objective thinkers strive to prevent their feelings from having an effect on their decision

4.4. Observation

4.4.1. Julian S.

4.4.1.1. Critical observation requires reading skills to get new knowledge from a person, procedure, or circumstance. People who are good at critical observation frequently notice things others might miss.

4.5. REFLECTION

4.5.1. Begüm havva

4.5.1.1. Critical thinking requires a wide variety of cognitive skills that contribute to beneficial results and critical thought focuses on judging what happened

4.6. HUMILITY

4.6.1. ece Bil.

4.6.1.1. Intellectual Modesty has a consciousness of the limits of one's awareness, including a sensitivity to situations under which one's native egocentrism is likely to act under self-deception; bias and weaknesses of one's point of view.

5. PROBLEM SOLVING

5.1. Evaluation

5.1.1. Aysegul.F

5.1.1.1. Once your problem solving strategy is implemented, a purposeful evaluation of the most important final step in the learning process occurs.

5.2. Innovation

5.2.1. Dogukan.F

5.2.1.1. The reason why innovation benefits from critical thinking is simple; where judgment is needed, critical thinking is used to produce a desired set of valued results.

5.3. Reosoning

5.3.1. Aliye E.

5.3.1.1. Clear reasoning prevents logical errors, and is founded on objective facts.

5.4. Clarification

5.4.1. Albert G.

5.4.1.1. Clarification creates multiple meanings by formulating purposes, selecting, examining and integrating data sources, and representing a final conceptualization that can also be examined for appropriateness.

5.5. Decision

5.5.1. Esra S.

5.5.1.1. Critical thinking requires consideration of new approaches to problems that meet current real-world objectives, based on unbiased and accurate data.