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Wrtg391 Full Course [ All Discussions and All Assignments

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Critically Thinking in WRTG 391
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Welcome to WRTG 391!

After watching Dr. Derek Cabrera's lecture please write a short paragraph in which you answer oneof the following questions:
1. Why does Dr. Cabrera differentiate between the ability to memorize large chunks of information and the ability to take knowledge and structure it to solve a novel problem?
2. How does Dr. Cabrera define thinking?
3. Identify 4 of the major types of thinking that Dr. Cabrera mentions?
4. Explain the “Legos” metaphor that Dr. Cabrera uses.
5. What is the “bandwidth solution” to education?
6. According to Dr. Cabrera, what are the four universal thinking skills?
After your short paragraph, please answer the following question to the best of your ability:
How does a course like WRTG 391 ask you to create distinctions in knowledge, to recognize how systems are structured, to define relationships, or to explore knowledge from multiple perspectives? Please respond generously to at least two of your fellow classmates.
Cabrera, Derek. [TedX]. (2011, December 6) "How Thinking Works." [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUqRTWCdXt4

thinking About Technological Transformations
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Choosing a Technological Transformations Topic
Courses that fulfill the General Education Requirements (GERs) at UMUC all have a common theme—technological transformations. In following this theme this semester in WRTG391, we will have readings on technological transformations in the Reserved Readings. You will follow this topic throughout the course, using it to develop a critique essay, to create a critical annotated bibliography, to synthesize a...


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