Tag: Critical Thinking

Spring Break Reflections

Before we transition into Spring Break, I wanted to share several mid-semester reflections. The pursuit to further embed, at scale, fair-minded critical thinking pedagogy into a significant number of classes at PVCC remains a priority. As we know, the single most significant predictor of student success and completion is the degree to which they are …

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Umpqua Community College

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the first Honors lecture of the fall semester. Dr. Naida Zukic was the featured speaker and her topic was “Lost in Language – Violence/Art of Resilience.” It was a heady topic that, I am sure challenged the students’ critical thinking and intellectual boundaries. In essence she suggested …

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