Critical thinking presentation

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Your principal has asked you to present to the faculty on your campus about the use of critical thinking skills and the Common Core standards.

Create a 5- to 7-slide presentation on the correlation of critical thinking skills, quality questioning, and Common Core standards.

Identify ways in which critical thinking skills and quality questioning can be incorporated into classroom expectations on your campus.

Use a graphic organizer, chart, diagram, infographic, and so forth, as the basis for a 8- to 12-minute presentation on how critical thinking correlates with one or more of the following:

  • Bloom's Taxonomy
  • Quality questioning
  • Representation of different subject areas
  • Content-specific suggestions for implementing
  • Critical thinking and Common Core State standards or other academic standards

Provide detailed speaker notes in the notes section of your presentation. By doing this, you avoid having too much information on the slides.

Include at least 3 peer-reviewed literature sources from the library that are beyond course required readings (you may use these, but they are in addition to the 3 library sources).

Do not forget to review the rubric provided in the materials for this assignment. It should help you identify major topics for the assignment.

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NicholasI
School: Carnegie Mellon University

hello, kindly find the attached completed work. Thank You.

Critical Thinking

Introduction

 Critical thinking is thinking rationally and clearly, and
trying to understand the connection between ideas
(Wilson, 2016). For instructors to be successful in
classroom engagement, they need to think critically.

Quality Reasoning

 Quality questioning activates student thinking and helps
a teacher get responses that can assist him/her in
assisting the students in moving to the next step.
 Quality questioning brings out a self-monitoring learner
who concentrates on the question rather than the teacher
when a question is asked.

Critical thinking and quality
questioning
 Critical thinking evokes a person’s reasoning, and so
does quality questioning. Quality questioning is founded
on the belief that questions should be structured in such
a way that helps deepen the understanding of students
(Walsh & Sattes, 2016). Students are given time to
reflect on the answers and ask follow up questions
which means that quality questioning helps st...

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