Four Stages Of Critical Thinking

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Determine both the validity and the reliability of the information you learn.The next step is to evaluate the evidence or information that has been collected. Confirm that it has come from more than just one source and that each of the sources are both unbiased and dependable.

Determine both the validity and the reliability of the information you learn.The next step is to evaluate the evidence or information that has been collected. Confirm that it has come from more than just one source and that each of the sources are both unbiased and dependable.

These stages of competence provide a model that explains the four distinct stages of learning that lead us to the successful mastery of a particular skill or area under study.

The four stages are categorized as follows: At the Unconscious Incompetence stage you simply do not know much — or anything at all — about visual thinking, and therefore cannot even comprehend the power of this tool, and how it could potentially help you to improve your critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem solving abilities. Given that you’re reading this article, it is probably safe to say that you’ve moved beyond this stage and you’re fully aware of the concept of visual thinking and the key advantages and benefits it can bring to your life.

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Within the next post I will discuss the five stages of your journey towards mastering the process of visual thinking.

However, first and foremost I think it’s important to make mention the four stages of competence — originally developed at the Gordon Training International by Noel Burch during the 1970s.

It's critical to learn as much as possible about the problem.

Look for potential reasons and solutions, but don't just accept facts at face value. Don't hesitate to seek out other people's opinions and perspectives about the issue.

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