SLS1505 Successful Critical Thinking

The purpose of this course is to develop higher-order thinking abilities needed for academic success and personal development. Each element in this course is designed to help students become critical thinkers. Students will be challenged to think, reason, read and write clearly, logically and effectively in order to better understand our world and everyday situations. Critical thinking is often the first step in problem solving. It is essential for understanding ourselves and our relationships. The course will explore critical thinking as it helps to enhance our communication. The development of critical thinking will be fostered by applying these skills to contemporary issues and personal experiences. Students will begin to learn to recognize persuasion and bias, steps to problem-solving, analyze structure of arguments and evaluate the merits of arguments.

Terms Typically Offered:Fall, Spring, Summer

Full Session
Mar 4 to Apr 27
Online - 1 class available
Online  - 1 class available
Learn fully online on your own schedule. You do not need to log in to class at a specific time, but you do need to submit assignments and complete exams as required by your instructor.
11876------03/04 - 04/27---MiddletonMore Info
There are no textbooks required for this course.ZTC

There are no textbooks required for this course.ZTC

Room: OnlineProfessor: Middleton

Online class. Computer & Internet access required. Log in to Canvas as soon as the term begins to access your course Students who do not log into their course by the end of add/drop may be withdrawn from the class. Simply logging in to an online class does not count as attendance. Students must engage in an academically related activity and provide weekly activity reports.

Altamonte Springs  - no classes available
Heathrow  - no classes available
Lee Campus at Oviedo  - no classes available
Sanford/Lake Mary  - no classes available

Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.

The courses in this catalog are identified by prefixes and numbers that were assigned by Florida's Statewide Course Numbering System, a system used by all public postsecondary institutions in Florida and 32 non-public institutions. Seminole State controls the description, credit and content of its own courses.