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Critical thinking is a process that many people use on a daily basis. The website Criticalthinking.org defines critical thinking as the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action ( Scriven, Paul, 2007). Critical thinking helps in making rational and better decisions in life. When used correctly the process of critical thinking can, among other things, help solve problems, help make minor choices, and help make major life changing decisions as well. The more that an individual uses critical thinking, the better that the individual will improve and develop in their critical thinking skills (Carter, Bishop, Kravits, 2007). When issues and conflicts arise the use of critical thinking can give a great help and be a huge benefit in finding the best way to successfully handle and resolve the problem. Critical thinking has been a tremendous benefit to the writer over the years especially at the workplace, which is currently at a recreation center. The writer must use critical and rational thinking almost every single day at the workplace. Tasks such as coming up with productive, entertaining and appropriate activities for children of all different age ranges, takes much in depth and thorough thought. Through observation and fairness, which are two functions of critical thinking; this job becomes a little easier. Being open minded to new and different ideas also helps in this task, as sometimes the children have excellent ideas and opinions about activities and programs that they would enjoy being a part of. Past experiences also helps in a major way when making choices as any mistakes or errors that were made in the past are less likely…...

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