E-TOT Course, Fourth Session

Fourth Session: Critical Analysis

Professors Richard Roe (GTU), Catherine Klein (CUA), & Charisma Howell (GTU)

In the following sentences the participants in this session expressed what they have learned in this lesson:

Critical thinking is essential to the dynamism of the legal community

I became familiar with the critical thinking, teamwork, and collective wisdom concepts.

Design lesson plans in such a way that encourage students to think.

I learned how we can think critically and share that thought with others to reach a conclusion.

Teaching and learning is a dynamic process.

Critical thinking, through questioning, redefining, and rethinking is a way of teaching that creates creativity and problem-solving ability in learners.

Learning from each other through discussion and listening to opposing opinions and making biased decisions.

Criminalization will be more effective with the participation of all experts.

Thinking without prejudice and collective wisdom is very important.

Let us not limit ourselves to what we have learned and let any opinion, even our dissent, be discussed.

Group participation and interaction and listening to dissenting opinions can help us learn more and implement critical thinking better.

Using the critical thinking method to identify students’ thinking in the form of teamwork and active participation in discussions and educational topics;

To make a discussion better and more dynamic, we should let the opposing views be expressed and discussed;

Using critical thinking in the classroom,student participation and listening to their opinions;

The translator’s intelligence and politeness was the most prominent lesson I learned from this session.

Critical thinking is driven by challenging ideas and collective dialogue.

I got a better view of whether or not to criminalize people’s actions.

Critical thinking method, free from previous mentalities and prejudices;

Learning from each other through discussion and listening to opposing opinions and impartial decision making;

Reproduction of social power through dialogue;

Different views on the criminal issue;


Critical Thinking
Comprehensive analysis
Attention to the opposite/ different opinions
Thinking without prejudice
Collective wisdom
Exchange of ideas
The root of the crime
Agility in action
Different approaches
The power of the word
Interactive education