By Rosie Bunnow
Learners listen to an office conversation. They then review tips on how to improve the feedback they give others and practice writing a response based on the conversation they heard.
Learners examine eight different kinds of faulty logic or perception that interfere with critical thinking. They are superstition, ignorance, clustering illusion, false analogies, gambler’s fallacy, irrelevant comparisons, post hoc fallacy, and slippery slope fallacy. In an interactive exercise, learners identify ways to overcome these barriers.