1. Thinking. 2. Thinking Critically. 3. Solving Problems. 4. Perceiving and Believing. 5. Constructing Knowledge. 6. Language and Thought. 7. Forming and Applying Concepts. 8. Relating and Organizing. 9. Thinking Critically about Moral Issues. 10. Constructing Arguments. 11. Reasoning Critically. 12. Thinking Critically, Living Creatively.
John Chaffee, Ph.D., is a professor of philosophy at The City University of New York, where he has developed a Philosophy and Critical Thinking program that annually involves 25 faculty and 3,000 students. He is a nationally recognized figure in the area of critical thinking, having authored leading textbooks and many professional articles. He also has conducted numerous conference presentations and workshops throughout the country. In developing programs to teach people to think more effectively in all academic subjects and areas of life, Dr. Chaffee has received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation, the Annenberg Foundation, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. He was selected as New York Educator of the Year and received the Distinguished Faculty Award for Diversity in Teaching in Higher Education.