Educação na Web/Leitura Crítica

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Slide 3 - What is Critical Thinking • “The careful application of reason in the determination of whether a claim is true[1].

Slide 4 - “It requires resisting the lure of teaching more content and instead, emphasizing the skills needed to acquire and order that ever-growing cache of information[2]

Slide 5 - “… it is a mistake to conceptualize critical thinking in terms of skills or processes. Rather, a justifiable conception of critical thinking must be explicitly normative, focusing on the adherence to criteria and standards[3]

 Slide 6 - Princípios de leitura|[4]

 Slide 10 - Para uma atividade de leitura|[5]

 Slide 11. Critical Thinking in Biology: Case Problems A Guide for Instructors

 Slide 12. Bicarbonato não cura o câncerBicarbonato cura o câncer

 Slide 13. Duesberg e HIVRetratação

 Slide 18. Mensagens que pedem para ser repassadas

 Slide 23. Busca de imagens: Tineye e Google Images

 Slide 24. Como pesquisar: busca de imagens| http://www.southernfriedscience.com/?p=14209

 Slide 25. E-farsasSnopes

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  1. Moore, B. N., & Parker, R. P. (2012). Critical Thinking (10th ed., p. 576). McGraw- Hill Education
  2. Crow, L.W. 1989, The Nature of Critical Thinking. Journal of College Science Teaching 19(2), 114– 116
  3. Bailin, S. (2002). Critical thinking and science education. Science & Education, 11(4), 361–375.
  4. Bean, J. C., & Weimer, M. (2011). Engaging Ideas: The Professor’s Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom. Wiley.
  5. Nelson, C. E. (2008). Teaching evolution (and all of biology) more effectively: Strategies for engagement, critical reasoning, and confronting misconceptions. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 48(2), 213–25