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AnneMarie Rivera
AnneMarie Rivera
AnneMarie Rivera Critical Thinking Reflection HUM/115 March 12, 2015 Will receiving a college degree improve your career opportunities? There are numerous benefits of having a college degree, ranging from cultural to financial. First, the experience and knowledge obtained while in college can help develop necessary interpersonal and communication skills, expand your skill set, and most importantly, think critically to handle any issues that may arise in the workplace. Obtaining a college educat
Barriers to Critical Thinking
Barriers to Critical Thinking
AnneMarie Rivera Barriers to Critical Thinking HUM/115 February 21, 2015 Barriers to Critical Thinking Initially, it was difficult to identify any barriers that I felt influenced my thinking. Lack of knowledge of those barriers was a factor, but I also think it was because it required me to analyze my thinking, and openly admit to flaws in order to be able to identify them. Doing so has been a bit of a liberating experience, and I was able to personally identify with three barriers that have in
Stages of Critical Thinking
Stages of Critical Thinking
University of Phoenix Material Stages of Critical Thinking Part 1: Stages of Critical Thinking Complete the matrix by identifying the four beginning stages of critical thinking as detailed in Critical Thinking. Stages of critical thinking Stage description The Unreflective Thinker The unreflective thinker is unaware of significant problems in their thinking, and has poor thinking patterns. The Challenged Thinker The challenged thinker is aware of the problems in their thinking. The Beginning Thi
Points of View
Points of View
AnneMarie Rivera Points of View HUM/115 February 27, 2015 Points of View I feel that prescription drug safety is an issue in the United States that is not being brought to the front lines and taken as seriously as it should. We have had plenty of medicines that after billions of dollars in sales and millions of prescriptions written, have been pulled off the market due to severe side effects that with more extensive clinical trials and research, could have been avoided. Drug safety is such an i
Problem Solving
Problem Solving
University of Phoenix Material Problem Solving Using the five steps from Ch. 5 of Thinking Critically, create a plan for solving a problem you are currently facing. For the last step, identify how you will determine the effectiveness of your chosen solution. Step 1: What is the problem? I need to buy a car, but I am having trouble saving money due to other responsibilities. Step 2: What are the alternatives? One of the biggest boundaries is that I am helping my sister financially, and trying to
Barriers to Critical Thinking
Barriers to Critical Thinking
Barriers to Critical Thinking Michelle Delamotte HUM/115 Critical Thinking in Everyday Life Assignment Due Date August 31, 2015 Linda Grant, MS Barriers to Critical Thinking Please refer to Critical Thinking in Everyday Life, Chapters 2 & 3 for this assignment. Step One: Identify 2 barriers that influence your critical thinking (you will list these as part of step 2). This can be two external barriers, two internal barriers, or one of each. Note: The barriers must come from the textbook. Step
Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model
Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model
Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model Michelle Delamotte HUM/115 Critical Thinking in Everyday Life Assignment Due Date September 14, 2015 Linda Grant MS Solving Personal Problems: Applying the Five-Step Model This assignment contains two parts. You must complete both parts before saving and submitting to the assignment link. Part One: Describing the Five-Step Process List the five steps in the model for problem solving from Chapter 6 of Critical Thinking in Everyday Life. W
Solving Personal Problem: Applying the Five-Step Model
Solving Personal Problem: Applying the Five-Step Model
Solving Personal Problem: Applying the Five-Step Model Breanna O. Green HUM/115 September 21, 2015 Robin Asher There are two things in this class that I will never forget and they are the five-step model, becoming a critical thinker with the eight step process. The five steps include identifying a problem, the cause and effects of the problems, creating solution to solving the problem, critically think of the best option from step four to solve the problem, act, monitor and if needed modify the
Critical Thinking Reflection
Critical Thinking Reflection
Critical Thinking Reflection Breanna O. Green Hum/115 September 28, 2015 Robin Asher Five weeks ago I was completely unaware of what critical thinking was. This course, HUM/115 Critical Thinking in Everyday Life, I now has so many helpful tips to improve my critical thinking in everyday life. Once you are aware of what critical thinking is you realize you use it every day, whether you\'re at work, at school, at home with your family, or having a conversation with your friends There are three th
Critical Thinking Reflection
Critical Thinking Reflection
Critical Thinking Reflection Elizabeth Rivas Hum/115 Wei Xiong Author Note [Include any grant/funding information and a complete correspondence address.] Abstract [The abstract should be one paragraph of between 150 and 250 words. It is not indented. Section titles, such as the word Abstract above, are not considered headings so they don\'t use bold heading format. Instead, use the Section Title style. This style automatically starts your section on a new page, so you don\'t have to add page br