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Gandirea critica si creativitatea [Critical thinking and creativity]

Mihai Iuga
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Mihai Iuga: Scoala Gimnaziala Cuci, Cuci, Mures

Proceedings Education, 2017, 119-122

Abstract: People identify with their beliefs and opinions, so when someone criticizes their opinions, they think it is an attack on their person. But it must be noted that critical thinking does not mean "attacking the person" of the person expressing another opinion, sometimes even contrary to the opinions of others. Critical thinking is a condition and a way to achieve effective learning with an essential role in developing individual personality. Forming the critical thinking of students of all ages means first of all educating them in the spirit of critical thinking, later understanding them why it is necessary to act in one way or another.

Keywords: Free thinking; creativity and innovation. Title of Book: Managementul educational- perspective in Romania si in lume (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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