Critical thinking

Critical thinking

To me, critical thinking is when one considers, discusses, explores ideas thoroughly with clear analysis and logical thought. This, in turn, leads to changing our thoughts and ideas on life as we continue to grow and learn throughout our life and throughout our exchanges with the world.

Critical thinking may affect how we live our everyday lives by what we can hear, see, imagine and even think about others and ourselves as well as our environment. As we begin to analyse things around us, our interactions with the world become more rationally aligned and helps to make sense of things.

Furthermore, critical thinking is something I firmly believe which is complemented with hands-on involvement. By getting involved and doing practical work alongside thinking critically enhances our ability to learn, remember and betters our reasoning and logic once we gain a larger understanding of our thinking.


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