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Deciding which college to attend. what would it be more reasonable to use reactive thinking t or reflective critical thinking when making the following decisions? Explain your answer
Weegy: I would say reflective thinking. Reflective thinking involves personal consideration of one’s own learning. It considers personal achievements and failures and asks what worked, what didn’t, and what needs improvement (Given, 2002). [ It asks the learner to think about her own thinking. Reflection is the key that opens the door to understanding ourselves in relation to core ethical values” (Beland, 2003, p.15). Similarly, Lickona states that moral reflection is necessary to develop the cognitive side of character –the important part of our moral selves that enables us to make moral judgments about our own behavior and that of others” (Lickona, 1991, p.229). This type of reflection enables learners to gain self-knowledge, to demonstrate their understanding of worthwhile moral values, take on the perspective of others, to reflect on why some actions are morally better than others, and to consider alternatives and consequences of actions. charactered.ocde.us/ICE/lessons_html/reflective.html ] (More)
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explain three decisions that you have made that you were or are entirely confident about. Now, explain what supports your confidence.
Weegy: 1. Deciding to pursue my education. 2. Deciding to put on clothing this morning. 3. Deciding to treat others nicely. [ I am confident about these decisions because choosing them allowed me to progess in life, by bettering my skills, socially and academically. ] (More)
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Deciding when to shift gears when driving. what would it be more reasonable to use reactive thinking t or reflective critical thinking when making the following decisions? Explain your answer
Weegy: Reflective thinking if you were very familiar with manual vehicles. When just learning how to shift gears, you would use critical thinking, to be sure you were shifting correctly. (More)
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Deciding exactly which of your most intimate secrets to post on Facebook. what would it be more reasonable to use reactive thinking t or reflective critical thinking when making the following decisions? Explain your
Weegy: Reflective thinking. [ You want to make sure you think about what you are posting because if you use reactive thinking it could be something that you regret posting, reactive thinking is more based on emotion and what you are feeling right at that moment, like when you're mad and say hurtful things. ] (More)
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what would it be more reasonable to use reactive thinking t or reflective critical thinking when making the following decisions? Explain your own words
Weegy: Sorry, I cannot see the options. User: Deciding what to cook for someone you absolutely must impress. what would it be more reasonable to use reactive thinking t or reflective critical thinking when making the following decisions? Explain your own words Weegy: Reflective thinking. Take consideration as to what meal the person would enjoy most, and what your capabilities are. (More)
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