ESEPSY 5892: Critical Thinking and Lifelong Learning is the Dennis Learning Center’s newest course. This elective course is open to undergraduate students of all levels and academic backgrounds.
If you are interested in becoming a more self-reflective and authentic person, then this is the course for you. In this course, students will explore three main areas: self-awareness, creativity, and critical thinking. To develop self-awareness, students will write reflections, engage in discussions, and challenge themselves through experiential activities. Students will also improve in their interpersonal relationships and communication with others. The course will explore diverse aspects of creativity through cognitive, emotional, and behavioral assignments. Students will develop their critical thinking abilities and prepare to be lifelong learners by practicing metacognition, self-expression, abstract thinking, reasoning, analysis, and evaluation. This course is open to an exploration of a range of topics, including pop culture, history, media, science, psychology, politics, religion, well-being, and many more; students will have autonomy in choosing areas on which to focus in order to meet their goals of personal and intellectual growth.You may direct any questions about the course to instructor Jessica Cutshall (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Class number: 34004
- Educ Sts: Education Psychology (ESEPSY) 5892
- Wrkshp: Ed Psych (Critical Thinking and Lifelong Learning)
- Tuesday and Thursdays, 12:45 pm – 2:05 pm
- Younkin Room 220
- 3-credit hours, letter graded