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Questions about decision-making and judgment skills are asked in many job interviews, however most likely to be asked in interviews for executives positions and positions that require making quality decisions, such as: project managers, customer service, medical, finance positions and many more.
We all make decisions every day People follow basic logical process for making decisions. We all view issues in (each on his own) unique angle, though there are some who have exceptional natural abilities
When asking questions about your decision making skills, the interviewer is looking for the method/s you use to reach a decision.
Unfortunately much of what we originally learned in school as children was abstract and unconnected to everyday life and experience. And, since it is natural to teach as one was taught, our own students are probably doing precisely what we previously did: “learning” in an abstract way, learning, in other words, to perform for grades and approval, not to gain knowledge, skill, and insight, not to transform their behavior in the “real” world.
To accomplish this end, we shall take a couple of the most fundamental distinctions that underlie critical thinking and illustrate how they can be made intuitive to children. At the same time, we will illustrate how these concepts can become more intuitive to us as teachers. Of course, we shall not attempt to cover all of the important distinctions but merely to illustrate the process of teaching for intuitive understanding. As you read, the kinds of essential “translations” required to help students ground basic concepts in basic insights should become progressively clearer.
With a bare minimum of staff and resources, The Foundation for Critical Thinking needs volunteer help as it serves countless students and faculty at universities, school districts, trade schools, and private and military academies around the world, as well as businesses, government departments, and individuals from all walks of life.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we run on limited funding. We need help from you to keep our organization alive! Help us conclude our Spring Fund Drive successfully with a charitable contribution in support of substantive critical thinking and the advancement of fairminded rational societies.