Berpikir Kritis: Literatur Reviu

Herdiyana Fitriani

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Critical thinking has become an essential skill in the 21st century, as many experts and researchers describe it. Critical thinking is often claimed as a skill that should be taught in learning. Critical thinking is a reflective thinking process that focuses on analysis and evaluation to make the right decision. Many experts have formulated definitions and indicators related to critical thinking. This article aims to describe the definitions and core indicators of critical thinking according to experts as well as summarize the core indicators that can be integrated and learned in learning. Based on the results of studies related to critical thinking, this article recommends six indicators, namely focus on the problem, analysis of arguments, making planning, evaluation, explanation, and self-regulation.

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Critical thinking

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.36312/essh.v1i1.44

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