May 8–9, 2018 | Salt Lake City, Utah, USA – Limited Seating Available
A principle complaint of employers is that recent graduates lack critical thinking skills. There is a global challenge to help students be more successful in their careers by having the ability to solve complex problems. This seminar introduces faculty to a new way to develop student thinking.
During this seminar, attendees will develop a new approach to teaching critical thinking for business students and how to implement critical thinking throughout an entire program. Attendees will gain insight as to how to organizationally implement a critical thinking approach in courses, as well as in a curriculum by engaging key constituents including senior administrators, faculty, and students.
Attendees will develop a new approach to teaching critical thinking to business students, and learn how to implement critical thinking in courses as well as throughout a program. They also will understand and be able to implement four components of critical thinking, including:
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