Authenticity Tip #30: Thinking About Thinking

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I Love Learning Podcast, EP30: Nancy Sislow, Online Adjunct Lecturer at University of Illinois at Chicago Extended Campus

Authentic Learning Tip #30: Thinking About Thinking

Nancy Sislow discusses how critical thinking or thinking about your own thinking can shine a light on where you can grow. Authenticity to Nancy is when you can think about what you want to learn and apply it to your life.

Here are some thinking-about-thinking questions like:

  • What is true?
  • What am I curious about?
  • What could be?
  • If I had the opportunity to write a book, what would it be?
  • What am I avoiding?

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