Critical Thinking “Critical thinking is the use of those cognitive skills or strategies that increase the probability of a desirable outcome.Critical thinking definitions.The Relationship between Critical thinking and Ethical Thinking I my view Critical thinking is what drives ethics in all aspects of lives whether in academia, professional, and or societal.Ethical lens Inventory With reference to my Ethical Lens Inventory (ELI) Result, 1/17/2015 – ELI Ethical Lens Inventory, with Relationship and reputation being my preferred lens, I balance my reasoning skills (rationality) and intuition (sensibility) to determine what processes, systems, character traits and virtues will best serve the community by assuring fairness and justice for ...
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Educations have the power to heavily influence children and using this lens can help identify to what extent this is done (Brookfield, 2017).This is what most believe is successful to critical reflection.The final lens it the theoretical literature lens that help put situations into context, as sometimes it can be difficult to explain things so by using relevant literature practitioners can develop understanding.Firstly, Brookfield’s (2017) theory demonstrates the idea that critical reflection is a way of checking the accuracy of out assumptions on how students learn.He concluded that success comes from critical reflection and not experience.
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We observed what happened to the ray as it emergeed from the flat side of the lens and went into the air.In part one and part two, we believed that there was no refraction as the ray left the curved side of the lens because it entered and left through the flat side, which made the photons not get disrupted or curved.Some things that might account for these differences would be human error in reading the degree measurement, or failure to properly align the lens straightly on the compound line.The purpose of this experiment was to test the validity of the Law of Reflection and Snell’s Law (Also known as the Law of Refraction).Snell’s Law is supported in graph two because the points on the graph formed a parabolic curve with an apparent asy...
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Overall, the exploration opportunities demonstrated a developmental, exceptional, and sociocultural lens that supported my understanding about module 3 involving reflective practicing.Overall Reflections .The purpose of the study was to demonstrate cognitive development and how it arises.The video also mentioned journaling, for the purpose of recording feelings and critical analyses to determine the connection of academic information.This module focused on individualization but also tends to reinforce teamwork skills for the purpose of achieving a deeper understanding of how one can combine their personal skills along with other people.
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Lens used in Troubled Teen case: Using the rights and responsibility lens, I could identify my duties as to assure that the care of the pregnant teen is not compromised and for those who cannot speak for themselves.The primary nurse (YN) is concerned that the situation may become critical for the patient and unborn baby.The ethical lens tries to protect the basic liberties of everyone and this situation the domestic partner is to be treated like any other person.The purpose of this paper is to describe the steps and process that I used to answer the ethical questions involved in two simulation games: The case of the troubled Teen and Policies and Politics.I used the result lens to make the care plans and involve the parents in the care o...
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Someone’s personal bias and emotions influences their critical thinking in many ways.If all is true as the ethical lens states then when I set my mind to a project, being the discussion questions or an assignment, I fulfill those tasks.According to the ethical lens inventory the belief that motive justifies methods or overconfidence in process is my blind spot.Critical thinkers do not suppress their feelings nor are they overly influenced by them.My personal ethical lens may direct my academic behavior into the positives.
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The internal conflict of John Proctor in The Crucible supports Martin Luther King Jr’s critical lens statement.Holden Caulfield’s internal conflict validates the critical lens statement by Martin Luther King Jr.“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy” from reading both books this critical lens statement has strengthened my views on human life even more.The examples are relevant to the critical lens statement because in all the examples you can see how Holden is turning into a man from childhood.John Proctor’s internal conflict validates the critical lens statement by Martin Luther King Jr.
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Critical thinking is a form of fiction and identifying the unknown.When it comes to my blind spot, I have none.(Ethical lens inventory) Ethical lens inventory found my ethical lens to be none periscope or paralysis.Critical thinking is a clear and rational, open minded and informed.Critical thinking plays a huge role in ethics.
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F | 1) The microscope lens may be cleaned with any soft tissue.2. resolutionhow well the lens distinguishes between two points; the numerical aperture of the objective lens .● What is the purpose of this exercise?4. focal lengththe distance that a lens needs to bring light to a focus.| T | 3) When beginning to focus, the lowest power lens should be used.
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Hartwick Doane and Varcoe (2015) asserted that within the hermeneutic phenomenological lens nurses are able to discern on assumptive pr... .Each person is situated in a unique perspective that cultivates a lens from which one views the world....ities and confidence .I often find myself plagued by my critical reflection surrounding my strengths and weaknesses, I question whether I ask myself the right questions surrounding my practice.Going forward, I acknowledge that my learning will never cease, and that I must improve my ‘knowing’ through opening myself and seek out opportunities to advance myself as the ‘knower’ and ‘non-knower’.
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“CRITICAL THINKING: AN EXTENDED DEFINITION.” Education 124.3 (2004): 461-6.In this essay you will explore what critical thinking is and the steps to it.My personal ethics relates to critical thinking by using the process of critical thinking and knowing our morals (right from wrong).After taking the Ethical Inventory Lens Assessment, I learned that my preferred lens is Rights – Responsibly and Results lens; which means, “I balance my reason and intuition skills to determine how to complete duties while achieving the best for each individual.” Additionally, I discovered my Blind Spot is “being satisfied with too little good.We have to remember when using our critical thinking skills to separate our opinion from facts to obtain accurate in...
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The purpose behind the act of disconnecting one from the physical world must be legitimate as well as the consequences that follow.... terminal disease are effects of what God has decided for the individual.Whether Euthanasia is deemed as ethically correct or incorrect depends on what the dying person decides to do with his/her life.In general, natural law ethics conveys that one should leave the physical world only when God is requesting them to at the right time and in the right place.(Schmidt, 2002).
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This scenario has led to the identification of relationship lens.Retrieved from University of Phoenix, HCS478 website.Lastly, the reputation lens discusses the virtues important for leadership; core competencies such as managing diversity, problem-solving, self-knowledge, decision quality and fairness.I believe that these rights are the major component of this lens because it focuses on the patient, family, and healthcare providers.The relationship lens focuses on the community.
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Our personal ethics will play a part in our critical thinking and its steps.Once people around me begin to understand my ethical lens inventory, they tend to respect me more and stop being frightened or upset.Critical thinking is taking in all of the facts available to you and evaluating those facts to reach a concise decision.Critical Thinking .There are six steps in the critical thinking process.
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Critical thinking is a problem solving tool and ethics are how we solve that problem logically.Critical thinking is to ask questions, do not take everything at face value, consider multiple points of view, and then draw a conclusion.The ELI influences critical thinking in many different ways.My personal ethical lens is “Rights-responsibility and results lens.” The ethics game defines this lens as “I balance rationality and my intuition to decide how to complete tasks for the best of an individual.” Ethical lens report www.ethicsgame.com The results of the Ethical Lens Inventory (ELI) state my strengths as making choices for the greater good of everyone involved.I found the ELI very enlightening.
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The user cannot always assume the optician or salesperson has a full understanding of the specific user’s requirement when a commission or kickback is involved.Choosing eyeglass lenses.The user needs to have a general knowledge of what is available and the different characteristics of some basic lens types.It is these influences that make it imperative that the user of the glasses has an understanding of how each lens type could affect the usefulness of how the glasses are used in his or her individual activity.To accomplish this task, single vision lenses are categorized into spherical power lens and lenses that also have cylinder correction.
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Yes I know ‘I have some nerve’.After reading this specific lens focuses its ideals as said ‘through Nature or given by God’ as the way for man kind to strive to abide.A secondary value of this lens is loyalty.I have never taken an ethical inventory in such detail as this.The Ethical Lens Inventory now solidifies areas in my life that I now know for sure deserves immediate attention if I want to move forward and have succesful relationships.
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While acknowledging the value of Schon’s model of reflective practice, I found I preferred that of Stephen Brookfield, and I chose to carry out my self evaluation with reference to Brookfield’s four critical lenses, using this to develop my action plan (appendix 1).Using Brookfield’s student lens, I have incorporated into the plenary diary a space for learners’ comments.Finally, using Brookfield’s theoretical lens.For example, being alert for trigger incidents, and reflecting on how these affect teaching uses the autobiographical lens, as does reflection on observed sessions, before and after feedback; engaging with student feedback to gain insight into their viewpoint uses the student lens; carrying out and reflecting on peer observatio...
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Critical Theory: A Reader for Literary and Cultural Studies.The literary critic reports on the work that he is criticizing and picks out the meaning that he deems important, which might be different from what the next critic would pick out.New York: Oxford University Press, 2012 .Brooks, Cleanth “The Formalist Critics.” Critical Theory: A Reader for Literary and Cultural Studies.Cleanth Brooks argues that we lose the intrinsically obvious points of works of literature if we view the work through the different lenses of literary theory, however we are always viewing the literary work through a subjective lens, since the author and the critic cannot subjectively separate themselves from themselves and in making these points he contradicts ...
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In the early 1990’s, “aspherical lens” became hot research item due to its exceptional ability to correct aberrations that were commonly associated with conventional spherical lens (Betansky, 657).This simple addition of a negative component provided the necessary correction to lens aberration such as the Petzval sum, and ultimately made the Pan-Cinor lens far superior to the Zoomar lens (Clark, 9).Barlow noticed that by combining a negative lens (bi-concave lens) with a telescope, which contained positive lenses (bi-convex lens), he could vary the magnification of the viewed object in any proportion while never having to lose sight of the object.7% reduction in lens distortion for the wide-angle, intermediate, and telephoto positions of...
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He seems to contradict himself on purpose and keep his central thesis hard to reach.The literary critic reports on the work that he is criticizing and picks out the meaning that he deems important, which might be different from what the next critic would pick out.The author often wants an ambiguous reading of his texts, and those are often the most challenging and enjoyable works.Cleanth Brooks argues that we lose the intrinsically obvious points of works of literature if we view the work through the different lenses of literary theory, however we are always viewing the literary work through a subjective lens, since the author and the critic cannot subjectively separate themselves from themselves.In evaluating some of his “faith articles...
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In the first case, I used right/responsibilities lens and results lens.He was in critical condition and cannot make decision by himself.I need to use my critical thinking skill to evaluate the facts.The second case, I used relationship lens and reputation lens.The reputation lens leads me to think about how to be a good nurse and how to provide best care for my patient.
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It also illustrates the importance of knowing what some of those circumstances are before making assumptions or conclusions about the text and its meaning....tion vs. primitive” as well as in the depiction of the Congolese people.Furthermore, the political impact is shown in the narrative and the character of Mr. Kurtz, and the social significance of the time is highlighted by the theme of racism and the portrayal of two prominent European characters in the text.... middle of paper ... .At first glance, Conrad and his book could be seen as purely racist and degrading to the Congolese people, but in reality, within these historically influenced elements of the text, Conrad is able to criticize Colonialism, and what was truly taking place ...
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The biographical Lens is where the reader looks at the author’s life and the author as a person to make inferences on what portions of a piece might mean.A large theme of female objectification is prevalent when looking at Sammy’s narration as well as the setting where the story takes place.When looking at Updikes “A&P” thru a feminist literary lens there is quite a lot to see.Then there is the feminist lens, this is the one that I have chosen to use in the interpretation of John Updike’s “A&P”.The integration of the butcher’s inspection of the girls is a comparison to the reality that we live in, with men objectifying women for what they can see.
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Focus: The point at which the light from a lens comes together.D. Objective Lens .View 6 more prepared slides by using the oil immersion lens.A. Eyepiece lens .For example, the oil immersion lens can be used to observe the active Streptobacillus bacteria in yogurt.
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We live in a patriarchal society.Choice A When looking at literature through the lens of Marxist Theory, it is not just art to be passively appreciated; it is a product of the socioeconomic and ideological conditions of the time, even if the author did not intend for it to be.Looking through a Feminist Theory lens, discuss the following questions about Of Mice and Men: .Patriarchy is defined as any culture that privileges men by promoting traditional gender roles.How are women portrayed?
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A Mixed Method Purpose statement contains the overall intent of the study, information about both the quantitative and qualitative strands of the study, and a rationale of incorporating both strands of the study the research problem.A Mixed Method Purpose statement .Include the characteristics of both qualitative and quantitative purpose statements.Identify the purpose of survey research.The Quantitative Purpose statement includes the variables in the study and their relationship, the participants, and the research sites.
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Of course, a non-Marxist may ask somewhat similar questions of the literary text, without using the concept of ideology, to those asked by a Marxist critic whose analysis relies on the concept.Walter Benjamin is on Marxist theorist, not a literary critic, but his ideas may have influenced the discourse of other critics into embracing Marxist literary criticism.The works analyzed are viewed in a simple lens, asking simple questions that affect society and class struggle.It should be noted that Marxism as an ideology transcends sociological and political realms to support the use of literature by the masses to further the aims of Marxist thought, but literary critics use the tenets of conflict and class to analyze the works without a motiv...
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I always look critically at my own beliefs, seeking better explains for things than what I know.I still hold that God is the ultimate creator of everything, Neo-Darwinism is a poor explanation of the universe, and that Biblical principles are perfectly applicable everywhere, even if you were to strip God clear out of it.I mostly know what I know by looking at science and the Bible, and pulling them into my worldview.All of my scientific and philosophical pursuits seek to do just that.... middle of paper ... .
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Now, look through the eyepiece lens and focus upward only until the image is sharp.The shortest lens is the lowest power, the longest one is the lens with the greatest power.How to Focus Your Microscope: The proper way to focus a microscope is to start with the lowest power objective lens first and while looking from the side, crank the lens down as close to the specimen as possible without touching it.The Abbe condenser lens can be moved up and down.The compound microscope has two systems of lenses for greater magnification, 1) the ocular, or eyepiece lens that one looks into and 2) the objective lens, or the lens closest to the object.
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