Practical Thinking

At the TIET we believe that thinking is the core foundation for all learning.

Practical thinking is simply a tool that we help people develop to become better thinkers, to make more informed decisions that benefit your school journey, or your career.

TIET believes in and teaches a few concepts behind thinking:

Critical thinking involves three basics components: description, analysis, and evaluation. Description invites you to ask ‘what’, ‘when’, ‘who’, whereas analysis focuses on ‘why’ and ‘how’, and evaluation encourages you to think beyond the phenomenon by going deeper and asking ‘what if.’

 

We can all learn apply these simple principles in order to see our challenges under a different light and become less overwhelmed.

This is an empowering tool for all.

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