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TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR CRITICAL THINKING.

POND, ELIZABETH F. EdD, RN; BRADSHAW, MARTHA J. MSN, RN; TURNER, SAUNDRA L. EdD, PN

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Abstract

: Critical thinking is a phrase that is being heard frequently in nursing education. Nurse educators are encouraged to teach students to think critically because of the higher-order thinking skills that are required in our complex health care delivery system. The challenge to educators is the selection, development, and implementation of appropriate feaching strategies. This article describes a variety of strategies for teaching critical thinking within the context of nursing.

(C) Lippincott-Raven Publishers.

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