1.Locate and Evaluate Information

  • Separate factual information from inferences, opinions and beliefs.
  • Interpret numerical relationships in graphs and other data visualization exhibits.
  • Understand the limitations of correlational data.
  • Evaluate evidence and identify inappropriate conclusions.

2.Creative Interpretation & Overcoming Cognitive Biases

  • Recognize and minimize one’s own common cognitive biases
  • Identify alternative interpretations for data or observations.
  • Identify new information that might support or contradict a hypothesis. •Explain how new information can change a problem.

3.Self-Directed Learning & Problem Solving

  • Separate relevant from irrelevant information in a given context.
  • Integrate information to solve problems.
  • Learn and apply new information.
  • Use mathematical skills to solve real-world problems.

4.Communicating Ideas & Issues Effectively for Decision-Making

Critical Thinking S1L1 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S1L1 – Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference

Critical Thinking S1L2 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S1L2 – Gathering Information – Interpret Numerical Data

Critical Thinking S1L3 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S1L4 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S2L1 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S2L2 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S2L3 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S3L1 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S3L2 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S3L3 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

Critical Thinking S3L4 Gathering Information – Fact Versus Inference Video

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