Critical thinking in the Albanian school reality

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Show simple item record Ali Jashari 2013-06-17 08:14:04 2013-07-15T11:58:45Z 2015-11-20T15:44:40Z 2013-07-15T11:58:45Z 2015-11-20T15:44:40Z 2013-07-15
dc.description.abstract It is largely stated that schools are the inventions of human society, designed tooperate in accordance with the requirements and needs of the society. Therefore, in orderto bring about and cope with the challenges of any time, the teachers and professors, todayand at all times, need to know not only how schools are now, but how they will be in thefuture.Hence, among a great number of school problems, it remains imperative the issueof changing and improving such methods as aiming at developing students' thinking.Thinking is defined in different ways, but the most common and acceptable is theone which determines it as a psychological process, a form of general reflection of reality in human consciousness through concepts, judgments and justifications.Thinking is something we carry out at any time and often without realizing whatwe are doing. In the meantime, it might occur that we stop and "wonder" about the issuewe are thinking or we need to think. For example, we come across a problem and need tomake a decision; we write a paper and need to think deeply about what we have to say; astudent is called for during a class and he/she thinks deeply when dealing with an issue,etc.. Different authors call it "conscious thought" which can be influenced by the pedagogicalwork of the educators.
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dc.publisher Albania International Conference on Education
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dc.source Albania International Conference on Education; 1st Albania International Conference on Education
dc.title Critical thinking in the Albanian school reality
dc.type Peer-reviewed Paper

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