[ExI] systems thinking
pharos at gmail.com
Sun Jul 12 22:03:27 UTC 2009
On 7/13/09, ben wrote:
> If children actually take any notice of their education, they _are_ taught
> 'systems thinking', it seems to me. It's just not called that, it's
> distributed among many bits and pieces of the curriculum.
> I thought there was something new to learn, but it seems not.
In the UK schools, you can get an A-Level course on Critical Thinking.
(A-Level certificates count towards university entrance qualifications).
* AS Unit 1: Credibility of Evidence
* AS Unit 2: Assessing and Developing Argument
* A2 Unit 3: Resolution of Dilemmas
* A2 Unit 4: Critical Reasoning
Although this course teaches pupils how to think clearly,
unfortunately, many universities do not accept this as a 'proper'
course, like History or Physics, and will not accept this certificate
as part of your university entrance qualification.
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