Answer: If my practice routines are interrupted, I will restart thinking the routines in my mind, and then prioritize my practice routines in order to adapt this situation.
2. How much of your mind is open to change and how much is closed?
Answer: I think around 80% of my mind is open to change and 20% of my mind is closed to change.
3. What has to occur for you to change your mind about something important?
Answer: I will change my mind if my members’ benefit or safety is threatened.
1. What is your motivation for questioning information provided by an authoritative source, such as a person, an article, or a book?
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How would others describe your ability to persevere?
Answer: Others describe me always persevere in seeking the solutions for my members.
1. Which of the 17 dimensions of critical thinking are your strongest? Your weakest? Why do think this? Answer: I think my strongest ones are flexibility, inquisitiveness, perseverance, and reflection. My weakest one is the creativity.
2. What helps and what hinders your ability to reflect on your thinking before, during, and after an event or activity?
Answer: I believe keeping calmness help me think the event logically and overall. Negative feelings will hinder my ability to think the event logically and holistic during, after and before an event or activity. Also, negative feelings will affect my judgment.
3. Describe how the following emotional states affect your thinking: love, hate, loneliness, frustrations, sorrow, ecstasy, anxiety, and embarrassment. Answer: These emotional states such as love, hate and so on will all affect my thinking because I will not think the event logically and overall. Also I could not go below the event, and then reorganize the event in order to make a judgment.
Critical Thinking Skills