Critical Thinking 1
Running head: Critical Thinking Components of Adult Learning
Critical Thinking Components of Adult Learning
Critical Thinking 2
This essay examines the effects of critical thinking on life-long learning. Critical thinking is
an activity that questions the assumptions underlying our personal ways of thinking and
acting and then prepares us to think and act differently. This essay describes the key
ingredients of critical thinking and identifies ways these ideas may be in adult learning.
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