What does it mean to be a critical student? This basic workshop will introduce you to the key aspects of critical thinking:
This session is aimed at undergraduates but is suitable for any level of study.
Read the following articles and complete an exercise sheet for each below.
Compare your answers with our completed exercise sheet below.
The following article is from the Independent newspaper online:
Laurance, J. (2011) Cycle helmets: safety essential or health risk? The Independent, 29 July. [Accessed 27 August 2013]
The workshops are on the following dates and times:
|Tuesday 9th October 2018||12:00 - 13:00||T1.03|
|Monday 5th November 2018||13:00-14:00||TG.06|
|Thursday 15th November 2018||17:00-18:00||TG.06|
|Tuesday 4th December 2018||12:00-13:00||TG.07|
|Thursday 17th January 2019||12:00-13:00||TG.06|
There's no need to book - just come along
If you need any adjustments to fully access this session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance
View the following introduction to critical thinking, which comes from the University of Leicester.
Remember to look for the evidence for all the arguments that you come across.
We are very interested to hear your views about the workshop you attended and would welcome your feedback. Please complete the form below: