Teaching Critical Thinking and Innovation
Critical thinking is the ability to analyze a situation and make a professional judgement.
The prevalence of critical thinking in a country is an important indicator of the educational conditions of that country. In some countries, a lack of critical thinking is seen as a huge loss for students. According to research, academic failure and approaching problems with a non-critical perspective are successive problems. Our goal in this training is to provide educators with tools, methods and new ways of thinking by considering different approaches to typical problems that arise in the classroom.
Learners will go through the following sections of the training;
- Defining creativity vs. innovation
- Exploring your own creativity
- Utilizing tools and techniques to become more creative
- Challenging assumptions
- Unscrambling the iterative mind and our minds of students/beneficiaries.
- Methods of analysis and problem solving.