EIU graduates question, examine, evaluate, and respond to problems or arguments by:
- Asking essential questions and engaging diverse perspectives.
- Seeking and gathering data, information, and knowledge from experience, texts, graphics, and media.
- Understanding, interpreting, and critiquing relevant data, information, and knowledge.
- Synthesizing and integrating data, information, and knowledge to infer and create new insights
- Anticipating, reflecting upon, and evaluating implications of assumptions, arguments, hypotheses, and conclusions.
- Creating and presenting defensible expressions, arguments, positions, hypotheses, and proposals.
Workshop video: Click here.
PowerPoint: Click here.
Newsletter: Click here.
Bloom's Revised Taxonomy: Click here.
Thinking Skills and Key Words: Click here.
Critical Thinking Assignment Design: Click here.
Critical Thinking Sample Exam: Click here.
Critical Thinking Exam Guidelines: Click here.
Critical Thinking Rubrics:
AAC&U: Click here.
Kansas State: Click here.
Minnesota-Duluth: Click here.
Washington State: Click here.