Self-Analysis Worksheet

Self-Analysis Worksheet

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Becoming a skilled critical thinker takes practice. To improve the level of your critical thinking, it is important to know where you are now. The questions below will guide you through understanding your current level of critical thinking.

1. Do you agree or disagree with the textbook definition of critical thinking? Why or why not? (50 to 100 words)

2. Select your stage of critical thinking in your personal, student, and professional life from the drop-down menu provided. (See pp. 28-37 in Ch. 2, Critical Thinking, Paul & Elder, 2012). Explain why you selected that stage for each area.

Area “Critical Thinking Stage” Menu

(select from stages 1-4)

Why did you place yourself in this stage?

(write 50 to 75 words for each area)

Personal Life “Critical Thinking Stages” Drop-Down
Student Life “Critical Thinking Stages” Drop-Down
Professional Life “Critical Thinking Stages” Drop-Down

3. What ideas do you have about how you can move to the next stage of critical thinking in your personal, student, and professional life? (50 to 100 words)

(See pp. 37-43 in Ch. 2, Critical Thinking, Paul & Elder, 2012)

4. What changes might you notice in your personal, student, and professional life if you improve your level of critical thinking? (50 to 100 words)

References

Paul, R., & Elder, L. (2012). Critical thinking: Tools for taking charge of your learning and your life (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions.

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