SUNY Why We Need to Understand Science Discussion

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2. Part two: After completing part one of the assignment, please REVIEW two of your classmates' posts. Reviews have been assigned automatically: Each review should be 200-300 words

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http://www.wired.com/2014/06/stem-success-starts-critical-thinking-problem-solving-skills/ Student 1 Michael Student 2 Benjamin ...
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Running head: CRITICAL THINKING

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Critical Thinking
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation

CRITICAL THINKING

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Critical Thinking Review

Review on Michael’s work
Michael disagrees that not all required reading for this discussion concerns creativity. I
agree with his opinion as to the first article," Why We Need to Understand Science" is seen to
address creativity vividly; it instead can be used by those aiming in developing creativity.
Michael supports this notion by showing how Carl Sagan's article that helps its audience
understand science is more of a material that outlines the importance of science among American
citizens.
I support Michael's idea as Sagan's article conce...

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Thanks, good work

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