2021
DOI: 10.17263/jlls.903359
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the cognitive domain of Bloom's taxonomy used in questions asked by lecturers to their students at two public universities in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The data for the study were gathered from both the students' and lecturers' perceptions. There are 218 students and 19 lecturers involved in this survey as the respondents. This study found that both lecturers and students from these public universities perceived that the lecturers frequently used all levels of the cogni… Show more

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“…However, researchers (Arth et al, 2019) note that students likely will not learn better critical thinking skills alone, also, student-centered learning in higher education requires the instructor to guide students to use the course concepts (Wright, 2011), therefore, systematically designed learning activities are crucial to acquire critical thinking. Integration of critical thinking activities into coursework or lectures, creating opportunities for appropriate and effective questioning (Fitriani et al, 2021), referring to content from related disciplines (Norris, 2016) can stimulate students to think at a higher cognitive level. Moreover, by developing critical thinking, teachers also contribute to the development of other soft skills to be applicable at the workplace (Tang, 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, researchers (Arth et al, 2019) note that students likely will not learn better critical thinking skills alone, also, student-centered learning in higher education requires the instructor to guide students to use the course concepts (Wright, 2011), therefore, systematically designed learning activities are crucial to acquire critical thinking. Integration of critical thinking activities into coursework or lectures, creating opportunities for appropriate and effective questioning (Fitriani et al, 2021), referring to content from related disciplines (Norris, 2016) can stimulate students to think at a higher cognitive level. Moreover, by developing critical thinking, teachers also contribute to the development of other soft skills to be applicable at the workplace (Tang, 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%