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Course topic: Critical thinking and problem solving
Critical thinking and problem solving represent two abilities or competences for innovation in the 21st century. Developing a critical thinking means questioning, identifying different point of view, and evaluating arguments made by others. On the other hand, problem solving is about using logic and imagination to understand a situation in order to find a solution.
So, contrary to popular belief, critical thinking and problem solving can be learned and implemented in any classroom in order to develop students’ thinking skills for comprehensive and autonomous learning.
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