Course Description

  1. Purpose: The Critical Thinking Course (CT2301) provides basic knowledge and critical thinking practice based on the Benjamin Bloom’s Taxonomy, which includes:
    1. Understand (comprehension)
    2. Application / application
    3. Analysis
    4. Synthesis
    5. Evaluation
    6. Basic formal logic and reflective thinking.
    7. Discover the form of sophistry.
  2. Format: The course is organized in the form of seminars, participants and lecturers will discuss topics through the forum on the HVCD website. Students will send assignments to the trainers via e-mail.
  3. Rules: The following are the Rules of CT2301
    1. Students must attend regularly throughout the course of the course by “logging on” at the classroom at least once a week.
    2. Students are expected to participate in regular discussions on the topic of each lesson, as per the questions listed in the unit.
    3. Send the assignments of the instructor’s mailbox on schedule.
    4. Students who are absent more than 3 times will be considered disciplined and will no longer be able to enter the classroom.
    5. Respect differences in the opinions and opinions of others and use language in a gentle manner when discussing.
  4. Certificate of Achievement: After completing the course and successfully completing the course requirements, the Citizenship Academy will issue a Certificate of Achievement to the trainee.


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