Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking Cognitive Bias


Part One of the Critical Thinking Educational Videos in the Gimme Two Minutes Series


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Critical Thinking & The Importance of Sources


Part Two of the Critical Thinking Educational Videos in the Gimme Two Minutes Series


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Critical Thinking & The Formula for Success


Part Three of the Critical Thinking Educational Videos in the Gimme Two Minutes Series


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Critical thinking allows you to openly ask about the subject area. It will open discussion on the subject matter and is a major step in the journey to becoming an independent thinker.

As a university student in the Digital Age, you need to be able to think critically about the resources and information that you use as part of your studies and research. It is important for you to be able to differentiate sources of information. Your writing needs to be able to reflect other ideas and arguments, yet showcase your own opinion, utilising other sources work to bring your ideas to the fore. This cannot be done unless you question what you read, and synthase the thoughts of your sources to underpin your own writing.

Learning to be a critical thinker is one of the most important skills you can gain as a university student, if not the most. The Skills Centre has developed a 1hour 30-minute workshop to help you to develop these skills.

We will be running this workshop multiple times throughout the semester, you can check out the dates this session will take place through our full listing calendar linked below. If you have any queries about this workshop- email us at skillscentre@ucc.ie.

 

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