Critical Thinking Skills Ppt - Zip Download - CiteHR
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Cassy.vernum
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I invite feedback for this ppt of mine. It’s my very 1st session on critical thinking. This was made to suit a student audience. So have tried to simplify it. Regards Cassy

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Hi
The PPT has been well prepared and suits the audience you seek to address. Hearty congratulations.
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Regards

Alphonse, Jacob & Balraj, thank you for reviewing and commenting. Appreciate it. Jacob thanks for sharing additional information to valuable resources regards Cassy
Hi Cassy Thank you for responding to the posts and feedback. You have a done a fine job and do continue to work on preparing PPT’s and taking training on similar topics. Regards
A Very Good presentation.
Hard work on its own definitely can not bring a solution. It is said that for success 99% Perspiration needs to be annointed with 1% Inspiration.
As IT people elaborate, Data is Unprocessed Information and that Information is Processed Data, unless inforamtion is collated properly, an Enlightened Decision can not come. This point of Making an informed, enlightened decision has indeed been made out very well.
Compliments & Congratulations for a wonderful yet highly useful input
Dr Ulhas Ganu

Congratulations.Excellent ppt. I think the Best I ever have come across. Keep it up. N.Ananth
Please accept these comments in the spirit of improvement. I am not aware of the age of the audience you are addressing. This is always important when presenting. I saw a handful of misspelled words (learnt=learned). I did not understand the coin slide (one long run on sentence with word repetitions, etc...)
Sometimes we use too many words where a few would work (I always have to work on that)
You had some excellent slides and activities.
I made some specific suggestions throughout the PP; if you like, I would send it to you.
It is obvious you know your subject; sometimes it is challenging to put such knowledge into presentation form.
Hope this helps.

Dsrollins,

Thank you so much for taking the time to go through my presentation and give me your valuable feedback.

The slide on the coin exercise should have read, "Thinking on a higher level involves looking on a higher level at something that you may have never seen before or something that you may have seen many times, and trying to think about it more critically than before" - a great oversight on my part. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

It is an activity to stimulate thinking on things we see often but take for granted.

Both learned and learnt are alternative spellings of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn.

However, Both learned and learnt are alternative spellings of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Learnt is more common in British English, and learned in American English.

A few examples:

burned, burnt

dreamed, dreamt

kneeled, knelt

leaned, leant

leaped, leapt

spelled, spelt

spilled, spilt

spoiled, spoilt

I would really like to go through the ppt that you have come up with and review the specific suggestions that you have made.

Thank you so much for your valuable time & feedback.

Cassy,
I appreciate your response, and also for teaching me about other spellings for words. I am new to this site but will try to locate where (or how) I saved your PP. Are you in a student, a teacher or what? I look forward to sharing more with you.
Donna

Donna,
To quote the great lady Oprah Winfrey, "I am a woman in process. I'm just trying like everybody else. I try to take every conflict, every experience, and learn from it. Life is never dull."
I am a corporate trainer. But right now I am involved with preparing Engg & MBA students for their interviews, helping them learn how to ace their interviews & also preparing them for the transition from college to corporate.
Welcome aboard citehr. An amazing place to share information. Look forward to interacting & sharing more with you.
Regards
Cassy


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