Steps to Development thru Affirmation and Visualization

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Steps to Development thru Affirmation and Visualization

The first step in developing critical thinking skills is to ground your mind so that it can search effectively for solutions to figure out problems easier. The second step is to analyze each problem, by breaking the problems down so that you can understand the pieces of information. Your knowledge is analyzed and it often surrounds each problem that you are challenged with. The first step then is to find the cause to the problem. The second step is to consider the effects. What are the effects of the problem that concerns you? What is the cause of these concerns? Have you explored your mind to find concealed cause of your problem? Look through the surrounding problem weighing through the cause and effect.

For example, think of a common problem, such as peer – teacher issues. We see that in many schools children often struggle through their courses from conflict from their peers and lack of attention from their teachers. It has been apparent that grades truly do suffer when these problems occur. Positive attention from teachers’ should be applied to resolve the problem. Positive interaction with children and peers is needed in order to fix this growing epidemic of children being left behind. Children who wind up dropping out of school right before graduation, just because the pressures and conflict’s they have to endure. Other points that has caused major setbacks in school, is that teachers are forced to use the same textbooks or information to instruct all children. They fail to recognize that some of the issues in school are related to some children’s inabilities to take in knowledge while working the same textbook as other children. Since all children are different, the cause of the problem falls on lack of diverse educational materials. If a mentally challenged child is expected to do the same schoolwork as a non-mentally challenged child, it often creates many problems. For this reason, children challenged mentally tend to drop out of class.

Now we can start to brainstorm to find potential solutions that help us solve the problems. Brainstorming can help you come up with brilliant ideas to solve the problem. Brainstorming allows you to come up with diverse solutions that fit or are relevant to the problem. You can devise the problems by making suggestions and thinking through each problem effectively and with a clear mind.

You want to make sure that your mind is clear, otherwise, you will have a difficult time thinking critical through each problem. Brainstorming will clear your mind so that you can find the best answers to solve each problem. You can evaluate the new ideas and ponder over them so that you fit the best solutions that potentially enable you to solve the problems. Keep the cause and effect in sight.

Reflecting on the problem –

Bullying is part of the cause, because some children tend to strike out at other children because they are smarter, or has developed more so than other kids. It could be a personality trait, behaviour, habit, appearance, or the environment that is part of the problem as well. Children also suffer because the teacher ratios of managing a larger bulk of children are inclining. Thus, we see other problems following this pattern. Thus, to solve the problem effectively one must use his or her critical thinking skills, solely focusing on the problems and probing into the subliminal mind to find solutions to help solve the problems.

We are at the start of solving this problem. Instead of the writer trying to solve the problem for you, the writer will leave you open so that you can discover new ideas to help solve the problem on your own. It will help to build your critical thinking skills. Use affirmation and visualization to work through the problems.

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