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Assess individual and team critical and creative thinking skills
This topic focuses on evaluating and enhancing critical and creative thinking skills in individuals and teams. It involves researching thinking models, crafting questions to identify knowledge gaps, organising learning opportunities, and effectively communicating key thinking concepts to the relevant personnel.
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Establish an environment that encourages the application of critical and creative thinking
This topic emphasizes creating a conducive environment for critical and creative thinking. It involves analysing existing organisational systems to identify barriers, developing processes that foster safe thinking approaches, facilitating opportunities for team members to apply critical thinking skills to real-world problems, and providing constructive feedback on task performance.
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Assessment guidance
This topic focuses on continuous improvement of thinking practices. It includes collecting and analyzing feedback from individuals and teams regarding critical and creative thinking opportunities, identifying additional support needs, and developing recommendations for enhancing future learning arrangements while adhering to relevant legislation and organisational policies.
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BSBCRT511 Develop critical thinking in others
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In this lesson we’ll explore the links from the student guide and access some of the critical thinking models that have been developed and used over the last 50 years. 

Read the articles explaining various creativity and critical thinking models.

Article 3: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/wicnews/2017/11/29/critical-thinking-multiple-models-teaching-learning/

As you seek to develop critical thinking in others, start by identifying knowledge gaps for individuals and teams. Remember that no one thinks critically 100% of the time. Make sure you engage with the individuals in your team and make an effort genuinely understand their backgrounds, opinions and views.

One way to identify limitations or areas needing improvement is to ask targeted questions.