Critical Thinking Skills Graphic Organizer

Critical Thinking Skills Graphic Organizer
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Critical Thinking Skills for Students

Developing Critical Thinking Skills

by Lauren Ayube

Critical thinking is the active process of gathering and analyzing information in order to form an opinion or judgement. It is not limited to a certain subject area or grade level, but rather the general ability to think in a clear and rational way.




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Developing Critical Thinking Skills in students is key. The most important ones are analysis, communication, creativity, open-mindedness, and problem solving.

Storyboard Text

  • Analysis
  • Interpret
  • Research
  • Ask Questions
  • Notice Patterns
  • Communication
  • Actively Listen
  • Present
  • Explain
  • Creativity
  • Infer
  • Make Connections
  • Imagine
  • Predict
  • Be Curious
  • Diversity
  • Open-Mindedness
  • Objectivity
  • Inclusivity
  • Fairness
  • Problem Solving
  • Pay Attention to Detail
  • Make Decisions
  • Clarify
  • Evaluate
  • An important part of critical thinking is examining and analyzing something. This could include written text, actual data, or a problem that is presented.
  • Oftentimes students will share their thoughts and conclusions with a group or a partner, and have to collaborate in some way. Being able to work with others and communicate effectively is a key element to critical thinking.
  • Another important skill for a critical thinker is innovation and creativity; not being afraid to think out of the box, try something different, and approach things from all angles is key.
  • A critical thinker is someone who is able to think without judgement, bias, or assumption. It is important to simply pay attention to the information itself and draw conclusions with a clear mind.
  • Perhaps the most important skill of a critical thinker is the ability to solve problems. Problem solving includes understanding the problem, coming up with and implementing a solution, and assessing the outcome of your plan.
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