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New! week 4 Job force vs critical thinking
Javon lamar(Oct 26, 2017 10:53 PM)– Read by: 3
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The educational system should prepare people for the job force by teaching them life skills at an early age or early in their educational schooling. If the system where to start teaching these skills at a young age, they would be preparing people and giving them real experiences that they would face as soon as their schooling is finished. I think that the educational system should start teaching students about real life problems and events to prepare them for actual real life scenarios. This could start by teaching students about taxes and financial management. They could also start by placing students in work groups so it gives them that familiarity of working with others and socializing them. I think that preparing people for real life is more important than the critical thinking aspect because you will see it so often that people just go with the flow of going to school, then to college and major in something that doesn’t really translate into a great job. Everyone is taught at a young age to just go to school and graduate college and you will get a good job. This is not necessarily true and some times can turn out to be completely opposite. In the article that I read it stated that companies are hiring based off of experience and not necessarily off of your degree or major. Although critical thinking is important, I feel that if we started preparing these students for real life at an early age and about the job force they will a lot more successful and accomplished.
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New! Week 4
Christopher Hatten(Oct 26, 2017 8:03 PM)– Read by: 4
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Hello Class. For this week’s forum I chose to talk about education vs critically thinking. In my opinion, I feel that the educational system does a great job providing people the basic skillset to start any job in within their area of study; however, it is up to that person to apply what they have learned in order to think critically. Critical thinking is the ability to solve problems and being able to understand all the different variables with the possible outcomes. In some cases, the problem may be more complex requiring more than a simple solution to solve. Also, critical thinking is more important to me than being able to score a 100 percent on a test because it is crucial for good, smart decision making. For example, in the Command Post I rely on my controllers to apply think critically during scenarios where the required actions are not in their checklists.
Earlier this year, Florida State University introduced their Critical Thinking Initiative which allows professors to design a lesson plan that incorporates “clarity, comprehension, logic, and skepticism” (Florida State University News, 2017). In two years, Professor Richard Morris, professor of speech language pathology in FSU’s School of Communication Science and Disorders, has noticed significant changes in the way his students solve problems and make decisions. Professor Morris stated “students are participating more fully now, and they have a better idea of what they need to bring to the class as far as preparation and thinking goes,” he said. “Their behavior is changing as the semesters go because they are thinking about reading and responding to information in a different and more critical manner than they once did.” (Florida State University News, 2017).
I really hope to see more critical thinking incorporated into schools and businesses!
New! Re: Week 4
Christopher Hatten(Oct 26, 2017 8:09 PM)– Read by: 3
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I forgot to include the source in my original post.
Florida State University News. (2017, April 19). Professor challenges students through Critical Thinking Initiative. Retrieved from Florida State University News: http://news.fsu.edu/news/university-news/2017/04/19/professor-challenges-students-critical-thinking-initiative/
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