Critical Thinking for Sustainability

Critical Thinking for Sustainability

This course will equip students with the skills to think critically and systematically in solving the problems faced by the theories and concepts learned. Students have the opportunity to learn the basics and methods of analysis through oral and written submissions that are authentic and not authentic, deductive arguments and inductive arguments. Students are exposed to some type of Fallacy of thought and speech, including Ad Hominem, Ad Populum, Hasty Generalization, False Alternatives, Bandwagon Argument, Slippery Slope, and Overstatement. 
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At the end of the course, participants are able to:

1) Explain the issues on science communication and public understanding of science.
2) Formulate findings from selected cases on public understanding of science.
3) Synthesize issues involving the media and science.

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