Talk:Critical thinking

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Critical thinking in tutorials[edit]

With regards to tutorials in Oxford, Durham, Cambridge and LSE - in particular, it is likely that tutorials in Durham do not function like the author thinks they do.— Preceding unsigned comment added by 86.181.138.192 (talk) 12:08, 11 September 2015‎ (UTC)

Adding a relevant type of link to a word in the article.[edit]

Hello


Greeting for the day.

AS in the article named critical thinking, I came across a word called decision making which i thought would be better, if I could link the word to one of my blog post which I have written in my blog.

I think that through this minor linking, the article's quality would improve and also many readers would also get benefited.

This was just a suggestion form my part. Rest lies upon the moderator(s)— Preceding unsigned comment added by Nidhivarma (talkcontribs) 15:15, 29 January 2018 (UTC)

Okay, a couple of things:
  1. Please read WP:PROMO, which outlines our policy on promotional material. (Linking to your own blog post is a form of self-promotion.)
  2. Please read WP:OR which outlines our policy on original research. (Using your own blog post to support or define claims in the article is considered original research.)
  3. Please read WP:RS which outlines our policy on acceptable sources. (If you want to support or define a term from a source, this will help you identify what sources are acceptable.)
  4. Please read WP:EL which outlines our policy on external links. (This includes all links to any site other than Wikipedia or one of our sister projects.)
  5. Please read WP:SIG which outlines our policy on signatures (Tip: Use four tildes at the end of your post to automatically sign it. Just type ~~~~ after you're done writing.)
  6. Please read WP:TPG which is a guideline on how to use talk pages. (For example, the extra spaces you added to your first line breaks typical formatting. I have fixed it for you.)
  7. Please feel free to ask questions if you are unsure how to do something. ᛗᛁᛟᛚᚾᛁᚱPants Tell me all about it. 15:25, 29 January 2018 (UTC)