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Title: Teaching critical thinking to non-western educated students: A cautionary tale
Authors: Burkhalter, N.
Keywords: pedagogy
higher education
critical thinking
Soviet education
educational transfer
educational lending
cognition
learning
sociocultural
sociocognitive
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Burkhalter, N. Teaching critical thinking to non-western educated students: A cautionary tale / N. Burkhalter // Research Result. Pedagogic and Psychology of Education. - 2017. - Т.3, №1.-P. 46-51. - DOI: 10.18413/2313-8971-2017-3-1-46-51.
Abstract: This paper describes the resistance teachers exhibited toward bringing these concepts into their own classrooms. It also explains this resistance using Jost et al.’s [6] framework of the authoritarian personality and sociocultural theories of Leontiev [9] and Vygotsky [20, 21]. Educational lenders in all fields are cautioned to pay attention to these rarely discussed sociocultural and sociocognitive influences on student learning, or risk frustration and perhaps failure. Some methods to circumvent that resistance are included
URI: http://dspace.bsu.edu.ru/handle/123456789/19624
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