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Read for reference: Use the Mini Guide to Critical Thinking as a reference (Paul & Elder, 2012)
•Select a problem, ethical dilemma, or situation you recently faced or one in the past that required you to problem solve after much reflection.
•Describe the situation and then explain why it was a difficult or challenging problem.
•How did you resolve your ethical dilemma, problem, or situation? Which tools of the mind from Paul & Elder, or from the articles you read or decision-making problems you used, would change given what you now know about critical thinking?
•Write a short response of 200- 300 words or post a short YouTube, Presentation, or Model presentation and include bulleted points describing the tools you used to resolve your issue or problem.
Critique the postings of at least two fellow students; be sure to back up your feedback with concrete facts and insights based on research. Remember that critical thinking is not just your opinion–rather, it is a claim that provides evidence that helps you prove an argument.
Refer to the various fallacies featured in the Module 4 lecture pages for terms and concepts to use in replies to fellow students. You may cite additional references to support your position.
Back up your claims and positions in the paper with at least two scholarly sources. You may use course readings or other scholarly readings. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find your sources.