Critical Thinking Master Case Study
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Critical Thinking brings to surface the true problem in a conflict situation that might be hidden behind a number of problem symptoms. The steps can be briefly defined as:
(a) Identify, Define and Clarify the Problem
(b) Gather Information
(c) Evaluate Information
(d) Choose the best alternatives and present them
(e) Implement the most appropriate solution
(Batenburg, Deb Van, 2007. available at http://www.asashop.org/autoinc/jan2007/special.htm)
In order to arrive at the most feasible solution to a problem, Critical Thinking requires Clarity, Accuracy, Precision, Relevance, Depth, Breadth, Logic, Significance and Fairness.
(Paul and Elder, 2006. pp12)
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