The ‘uncritical thinking stigma (UTS-I)’ refers to the negative perception or bias towards individuals or groups of people who are perceived as lacking critical thinking skills or being unable to analyze and make informed decisions. Here we discuss its negative impact on students’ academics, personal and professional development.
ncomplete Learning Syndrome refers to the phenomenon where students acquire only surface-level knowledge of a concept and lack a deeper understanding of it, due to over-reliance on rote learning or lack of critical thinking skills. Here we discuss its negative impact in students’ personal and professional lives.
Epistemic curiosity refers to the desire to acquire knowledge and understanding about the world. It is the innate human drive to explore, understand and explain the surrounding world. It is the willingness to seek out new information, explore new ideas, and question existing assumptions. Here we discuss about the bad impact of it in students’ personal and professional well-being.
“Natural Inquisitiveness Decay” is a term used to describe the phenomenon in which children tend to ask fewer and fewer questions as they grow older. This decline in inquisitiveness can be observed in many different settings, including at home, in the classroom, and in other social environments.