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Date

18 Nov 2022
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Time

14:00 - 18:00

Cost

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Online Seminar: Critical Thinking

What kind of thinking is needed for a sustainable 21st century?

For years now, critical thinking has been one of the top 5 skills for the job market of the future. Especially in technical professions, Critical Thinking is justifiably moving more and more into the foreground, especially with regard to dealing with ethical and sustainable demands on our working world. How this can be learned and deepened together will be explored in this course.

Critical thinking enhances the quality of thinking, improves problem-solving skills, and is irreplaceable in 21st century life and work. But what exactly is behind Critical Thinking? After a theoretical and critical examination of this question, the definitions and special techniques, what has been learned is immediately put into practice within the framework of exercise tasks. Participants deal with the weak points of human perception, learn about different questioning techniques and types, and gain a more comprehensive understanding of decision-making processes.

In addition, participants will engage in "think tank" sessions to address societal issues in a solution-oriented manner.

The seminar is divided into a total of three dates:
Fri, 18 November 2022, 14:00 - 18:00
Fri, 25 November 2022, 14:00 - 18:00
Sat., 26 November 2022, 10:00 - 16:00


Application deadline: October 23, 2022



This is an event of the Unit for technology and science (rtwe). The rtwe was founded in 1991 as a central institution of the state universities of applied sciences of Baden-Württemberg. Its task is to support the offering and establishment of the subjects of ethics and sustainable development at the universities within the framework of the funding program for ethics in technology and science.

Location

Online

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