CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS AND THE PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT IN AFRICAN INDIGENOUS EDUCATION

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Course Code: 
EDF 7208
Course Credit Units: 
3
Semester: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

The course is divided into two parts: Critical thinking and the philosophical thoughts in African indigenous education and Orientation. Critical thinking is an activity-based course meant to sharpen the perceptive, imaginative, reasoning and deliberative capacities of students. It is both theoretical and practical, employing many activities and methods to practice the skills of clarity and consistency of argumentation, perspicuity of presentation, and sharpness of interpretation. In this way critical thinking is meant to improve and sharpen the speech, argument, writing and reading skills of the student. The course also examines the philosophical thoughts in African indigenous education and Orientation to teaching. This reorients students to indigenous African philosophies and philosophers of education; it exposes them to methods and modes of thinking that still influence directly or indirectly education on the African continent. The course also aims at  allowing  student to gain an ability to critically stand back from dominantly Western forms of understanding reality so as to articulate and give a voice to indigenous and different cultural perspectives of God, Humanity, and the World in their own uniqueness, originality and richness 

Learning Outcomes: 

This course should enable students to:

  • Discuss African indigenous education (epistemologies, metaphysical, axiological) theory and practice.
  • Identify some of those African philosophical orientations which can be preserved in the current educational theory and practice.
  • Develop clarity, precision and consistency of speech, thought and writing..
  • Examine closely the opinions, views and arguments presented by other people and challenging them from an informed perspective.
  • Write analytical and systematic academic work

 

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