Good to have a video explaining the reasons behind seasons.
I have reflected on reasoning in “Is mass education the solution to future education?”:
However, it seems that graduates would answer the questions based on the pre-conceived concepts they probably might have learnt through textbooks, or taught by their teachers sometime in schools, and so would answer with great confidence, on what they believe to be right. This probably is the result of learning where the learners would not have spent time in further checking of the source of evidence and information. This way of learning has probably led to the wrong beliefs, and concepts formed by the students.
In my previous post on critical thinking:
Critical thinking refers to a higher level of thinking which is guided by knowledge and evidence. Reason and evidence is fundamental in such thinking process. Reasoning needs to be based on sound logic. Such critical thinking would also need to be guided by reasoning and evidence collected, analysed and evaluated.
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