Critical Thinking Skills for Education Students
- Lesley-Jane Eales-Reynolds - Kingston University, UK
- Brenda Judge - Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
- Elaine McCreery - Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
- Patrick Jones - Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
Education | Study Skills
This book is part of the Study Skills in Education Series. This series addresses key study skills in the context of education courses, helping students identify their weaknesses, increase their confidence and realise their academic potential. Titles in this series are suitable for students on:
- any course of Initial Teacher Training leading to QTS;
- a degree in Education or Education Studies;
- a degree in Early Years or Early Childhood Education;
- a foundation degree in any education related subject discipline.
Lesley-Jane Eales-Reynolds is Pro Vice Chancellor (Education) at Kingston University.
Brenda Judge is a Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Elaine McCreery is Head of Primary, Early Years and Education Studies programmes at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Patrick Jones, now retired, was Senior Lecturer in Primary Education at Manchester Metropolitan University.
This has now been placed on the reading list for H.E students.
Excellent text that supports students understanding and application of critical thinking skills
Although not part of the course content, our students are increasingly looking for support in academic writing skills. This book offers them this well.
This a good introduction to critical thinking and writing for undergraduate education students; the reflective and practical tasks have been helpful in sessions for getting students to think about their own critical writing skills and take action where needed
A great book to engage students into the thoughts of critical thinking in higher education. Valuable source for new students and those returning to study.
recomended on the reading list for students in module handbook
This is an excellent guide to achieving the skills essential to academic success for students entering HE and those wishing to progress through the HE levels.
Useful for MA Students taking a Critical Thinking Class as supplementary reading
Really interesting book and suitable for the course.
An extremely useful book for nursing students on the Bsc course. Simplified ways of thinking and processes to support students thought processes