Moreover, widespread doubts exist that critical thinking is the be-all and end-all of employability. As previously mentioned, employers additionally value certain attitudinal traits, which their aptitude tests also seek to test. And, according to Greetham, critical thinking is not enough to enable graduates to do what their employers prize above all: the ability to come up with new ideas and concepts, and to create solutions to problems.
Courtesy of B. K. Scheffer and . Rubenfeld, "A Consensus Statement on Critical Thinking in Nursing," Journal of Nursing Education, 39, 352-9 (2000).
Courtesy of B. K. Scheffer and . Rubenfeld, "Critical Thinking: What Is It and How Do We Teach It?," Current Issues in Nursing, . Grace, Rubl, . (2001).
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