In the Critical Thinking and Decision Making course, you will encounter a variety of assignments designed to help you develop and apply your critical thinking and decision-making skills. The course is structured in a way that allows you to engage with the content through different activities and assessments. Here are some key aspects of the assignments and course structure:
Assignment Types: The course includes a range of assignment types, such as:
- Self-assessment: These activities allow you to assess your current skills and knowledge.
- Multiple-choice and checkboxes questions: These help reinforce your understanding of key concepts.
- Self-reflection activities: You will engage in activities that prompt you to reflect on your own thinking and decision-making processes.
- Scenario-based learning: You will analyze and respond to real-world scenarios to apply the principles and techniques learned.
- Discussions with the course community: Engage in peer-to-peer discussions, sharing insights, and learning from others' experiences.
- Application activities: Apply the conceptual material to solve problems and evaluate its relevance to your job or field.
- Peer-reviewed activities: Participate in activities that involve reviewing and providing feedback on your peers' work.
Course Structure: The course content is organized into five categories:
- Explore: Core concepts are introduced through engaging videos and research-based readings.
- Practice: You will have the opportunity to practice and reinforce your understanding through multiple-choice questions and learning scenarios.
- Apply: Apply the conceptual material to real-world case studies and engage in self-reflection activities related to your work.
- Share: Participate in peer-to-peer discussions, surveys, and polls to reflect on your learning, share experiences, and learn from others.
- Assess: Your understanding of the material will be evaluated through pre- and post-course assessments, peer assessment tools, and other standard assessments.
Assignments are typically due at the end of the course, allowing you to progress through the content and complete the activities at your own pace. The course is designed to provide a comprehensive learning experience, combining instructional videos, readings, interactive activities, and opportunities for reflection and collaboration with peers.
By actively participating in the various assignment types and engaging with the structured course content, you will have the opportunity to strengthen your critical thinking and decision-making skills and apply them in practical contexts.