Source criticism on the schedule : teaching critical thinking / Anna Rosenqvist, Stefan Ekecrantz.

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Main Authors: Rosenqvist, Anna (Author), Ekecrantz, Stefan (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Swedish
Published: Cham : Springer, [2022]
Series:Springer texts in education.
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Online Access:Click for online access
Uniform Title:Källkritik på schemat.

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520 |a This textbook is a practical and theoretical teacher guide on how to develop critical thinking and source criticism in contemporary elementary and secondary education, which requires students to develop their critical thinking from different perspectives as well as to develop their ability to critically evaluate sources they use for school-related work. What can a teacher do to support such development? The authors discuss several different perspectives on how one, as a teacher, can think about and work with source criticism together with the students. In the first part of the book a theoretical background and a principled discussion of critical thinking are discussed. This includes psychological and philosophical perspectives on source criticism. In the second part there are concrete teaching examples and tips on how to work with source criticism in both primary and secondary school. This book is a translation of an original Swedish edition. The translation was done with the help of artificial intelligence (machine translation by the service DeepL.com). A subsequent human revision was done primarily in terms of content, so that the book will read stylistically differently from a conventional translation. 
588 0 |a Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 31, 2022). 
505 0 |a Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction Part 1 -- What is Critical Thinking? -- Between Blind Faith in Authority and Naive Scepticism -- What is Being Critically Analysed? -- Claims About "How" and "Why" -- "Is that Really So?" -- "How Do We Know-And with What Degree of Certainty?" -- "Could It Be Any Other Way?" -- Tendency Analysis -- Lack of Information and Ignorance -- Psychological Perspectives -- Cognitive Dissonance and Critical Thinking -- Selective Source Criticism-Confirmation and Myside Bias -- Critical Thinking as a Quality -- Philosophical Perspectives 
505 8 |a Hume's Law-Facts and Values -- Values First, Critical Thinking Training Second? -- Does Critical Thinking Have an Ideological Colour? -- Further Reading-Literature on Critical Thinking -- References -- 2 Introduction Part 2 -- Making Source-Critical Arguments -- Four Principles of Source Criticism -- Who, What, How, When and Why? -- Refer-Plagiarise -- Information Search Tools -- Copyright and Creative Commons -- The Harvard System -- News Consumption -- What Will Be News? -- Credibility of News -- Objective/Subjective Source -- Wikipedia as a Source of Information -- How Does Wikipedia Work? 
505 8 |a Images and Films-What I See, I See, Right? -- YouTube as an Information Channel -- Conspiracies and Alternative Facts -- Conspiracy and Doomsday Theories -- Fake News and Clickbait -- Source Criticism in Several Curricula/Single Subjects -- Historical Sources -- Mathematical Sources -- Search Engine Optimisation -- What is Search Engine Optimisation? -- Top Level Domain -- Social Media -- New Situations Require New Conversations -- Safe Online and Social Communication -- Final Words -- Research Assignment in the Form of Project Work -- References 
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