Four Stages Of Critical Thinking

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She also serves as an associate editor of books for The Independent online magazine.

O' Donnell holds an associate degree in criminal justice.

The second is the practicality of the solution and the third is the concurrence with any priorities that need to be fulfilled.

Once the solution is selected and put to action, follow-through is needed by monitoring the results of the plan implementation.

There are three factors to consider when deciding on an option.

The first is determining the amount of risks involved with the solution.

Plan several solutions based on the conclusions made from the evidence evaluation.

Deem the advantage and disadvantages of each of these options.

Kerry O' Donnell has been writing professionally since 2008, when she began freelancing for the online magazine New England

She later became the website's associate editor.


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