Teaching Critical Thinking: Sharing 10 years of experience
A question skeptics always seem to ask is how best to get people around them to think more critically. It's one thing to preach to the converted, but how does one get the conversation going with those who have never heard of "skepticism" or critical thinking?
Dr Russell McPhee shares 10 years of experience in just that; and while Russell has the luxury of being able to introduce students to the concept of critical thinking in a 13 week compulsory course, his insights are not only entertaining but relevant to the "every day" skeptic.
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About the speaker
Dr Russell McPhee (Senior Teaching Fellow, CORE, Bond University) Dr Russell McPhee is a Senior Teaching Fellow at Bond University and has been teaching all Bond University first semester students critical thinking for 10 years. He has a Bachelor of Psychology, Masters of Educational Practice and PhD in Educational Philosophy. During this month's GC Skeptics in the Pub Russell will talk about his experiences in teaching critical thinking to those other than "the converted" and share his insights in how best to approach this topic.
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