Teaching Critical Thinking at a Distance
Distance Education Volume 10, Number 1,
Describes a course in critical thinking, or practical logic, that was developed at Athabasca University for distance education students. The course emphasis on critical writing is explained, students' problems are discussed, a four-step method for analyzing and evaluating arguments and theories is described, and future course revisions are anticipated. (six references) (LRW)
Hopkins, M. & Richardson, M. (1989). Teaching Critical Thinking at a Distance. Distance Education, 10(1), 135.
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Walter Heinecke, University of Virginia, United States; Kara Dawson, University of Florida, United States; Jerry Willis, Iowa State University, United States
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