Exposing lines of questioning but not following some of them

This 13-minute video first presents the KAQ framework, which “helps you organize your thinking and research keeping an eye on actions, that is, what you might do or propose or plan on the basis of the results,” and then explores some of its implications with regard to motivation not to inquire and think critically.

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About Peter J. Taylor
Peter Taylor teaches and directs programs on critical thinking, reflective practice, and science-in-society at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He studies the complexity of environmental and health sciences in their social context as well as innovation in teaching, group process, and interdisciplinary collaboration (see bit.ly/pjtaylor). He is especially interested in conversations with others who are, in diverse ways, "troubled by heterogeneity" (bit.ly/tbhblog)

One Response to Exposing lines of questioning but not following some of them

  1. Pingback: Counterfactuals and critical thinking | Probe—Create Change—Reflect

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