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Searching for evidence of critical thinking in discourse has roots in a definition of critical thinking put forth by Kuhn (1991), [37] which places more emphasis on the social nature of discussion and knowledge construction. There is limited research on the role of social experience in critical thinking development, but there is some evidence to suggest it is an important factor. For example, research has shown that 3- to 4-year-old children can discern, to some extent, the differential creditability [38] and expertise [39] of individuals. Further evidence for the impact of social experience on the development of critical thinking skills comes from work that found that 6- to 7-year-olds from China have similar levels of skepticism to 10- and 11-year-olds in the United States. [40] If the development of critical thinking skills was solely due to maturation, it is unlikely we would see such dramatic differences across cultures.

The skill development that takes place at these higher orders of thinking interacts well with a developing global focus on multiple literacies and modalities in learning and the emerging field of integrated disciplines. [20] The ability to interface with and create media would draw upon skills from multiple levels of the taxonomy including analysis, application and creation. [21] [22] Bloom's taxonomy (and the revised taxonomy) continues to be a source of inspiration for educational philosophy and for developing new teaching strategies.

Higher order thinking skills hots

higher order thinking skills hots

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