Cultivating Critical Thinking Skills with Traci Picard

Cultivating Critical Thinking Skills

taught by Traci Picard

Course description

Join Traci Picard for an inquiry-based class filled with discussions topics, ethical questions, practical resources and a candid one-on-one conversation with Renee Davis.

In this course we will learn that we should think about our thinking. Once we start to see that our thoughts happens within a framework, once we can SEE the framework, we can gain perspective on how this affects us-our biases, our cognition.

By asking questions of our own thought processes, by moving through collective inquiry with each other, by being vulnerable to the process of inquiry, we can be better thinkers and better leaders.

This course will lead you onto the critical thinking path. 

This class requires participation. 

Traci Picard
Traci Picard
Guest Instructor

Traci Picard is a community medicine-maker, forager and writer from Providence, RI who currently works in Communications. Traci is raising 3 teens, a Passionflower forest and a Catahoula Leopard Dog, is trained in the Question Formulation Technique and loves thinking about thinking. She also edits whenever possible, maintains 3 blogs, including fellowworkersfarm.com and often teaches communications and critical thinking at herbal events. 

Course Curriculum