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Ethical Behaviour in the E-Classroom by Cassandra Smith

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Critical thinking

Abstract:

Critical thinking for the adult learner can very well signify success or failure of the degree goal. Internal factors such as fear, emotions, and reflections of experiences can impact decision making. External factors such as social media, friends, and literature can also impact decision making. The circle of influences creates pressure on the logical or illogical thought process and can be counterproductive when initiating a critical thinking process. In this chapter, a list of comments from students provides diverse perspectives about the connection between critical thinking and ethics. Students will engage with the critical thinking circle and activities that examine critical thinking in the online classroom ...

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