- how to adopt a critical approach to reading in order to identify points, arguments and sources
- how to critically evaluate information, sources and claims
- identifying credible and relevant sources
- participating in debates and developing arguments using evidence and critical thought.
This second subject on critical thinking adopts a philosophical framework. You’ll learn how to evaluate the truth of claims and the quality of reasons more broadly.
It will enable you to delve more deeply into foundational and current thinking around your subject in order to develop a nuanced approach to analysis. You’ll work through a range of examples with your subject coordinator and undertake activities to develop your critical thinking practice.
All of your learning materials for this subject are accessed online and you will have access to your subject coordinator for help and guidance for the duration of your Study Link term.
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Please note: You can start any time to suit you between Term start date and the close of applications.
Study material: 14 hrs
Subject Coordinator: Dan Robinson
This subject will be useful if you're studying:
- Agricultural and Wine Science
- Allied Health and Pharmacy
- Animal and veterinary Sciences
- Communication and Creative Industries
- Environmental Science and Outdoor Recreation
- Exercise and Sports Sciences
- Humanities, Social Work and Human Services
- Information and Library Studies
- Medical Science and Dentistry
- Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health
- Policing, Law, Security, Customs and Emergency Management
- Teaching and Education
- Theology and Islamic Studies