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Skepsis Movement

Within the movement we organize such online and offline activities as youth exchanges and training courses, local workshops and run a Facebook page. At this page you can find many different, interesting and fun information and data about Critical Thinking.

This past year we have grown a lot. From a small yet ambitious movement that boosted February 2018 to a thousand supporters all over the world. Within the movement there were organized 10 Erasmus+ projects and planned more, a lot of workshops and local events regarding the topic for more than 250 people. At every project Logos organizes there is a session about Critical Thinking. Also we have a coordinator, working for the movement.

And countless amount of people we influenced so far and will in the future. Switch on your brain!

Projects implemented within Skepsis movement

Critical thinking Youth FORCE. Riga, Latvia, 2019

About the project Critical thinking Youth Force was a Youth exchange that was hosted by Logos Latvia between 25th of...

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Critical thinking – healthy food for your mind. Beziers, France, 2019

Youth Exchange “Critical Thinking- Healthy Food For Your Mind” took place in France, Beziers on 14-22nd of October, 2019....

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Critical Thinking. Information hygiene. Madaba, Jordan, 2019

Youth exchange “Critical thinking, informational hygiene.” was made in Madaba, Jordan from 15 till 24 of June 2019. This...

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Critical Thinking. Information hygiene. Poznan, Poland, 2018

Youth Exchange “Critical Thinking. Information hygiene” has been just finished. Good things always come to the end quickly. But...

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Critical thinking – clean mind. Lviv, Ukraine, 2018

The main aim of the youth exchange Critical Thinking Clean Mind was to gather young people from 6 countries...

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Who? – If not we are. Vilagarcia, Spain, 2018

The aim of the project was to create a movement that promotes critical thinking and educates in this field....

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EXAMPLES OF CRITICAL THINKING 

Here are the most simple examples of how critical thinking can be applied. 

Have a look!

#skepsis #skepsismovement #switchonyourbrain #learnwithlogos #criticalthinking #ngologos #logosngo #learningisfun #factcheck

EXAMPLES OF CRITICAL THINKING

Here are the most simple examples of how critical thinking can be applied.

Have a look!

#Skepsis #skepsismovement #switchonyourbrain #learnwithlogos #criticalthinking #ngologos #logosngo #learningisfun #factcheck
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1 day ago

Meet our new rubric Word of the week🥳

We want you to get acquainted with the definitions that appeared on the wave of information growing.  ℹ️

Lets start with the simple one. 🕹

Have you ever heard of the definition of post-truth?📲

Meet our new rubric "Word of the week"🥳

We want you to get acquainted with the definitions that appeared on the wave of information growing. ℹ️

Let's start with the simple one. 🕹

Have you ever heard of the definition of 'post-truth'?'📲
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5 days ago

How to talk with people who cling to conspiracy theories.

1. Be prepared. Examine the issue of which you intend to speak thoroughly in order to have arguments. 

2. Do not be too straightforward. Always remember that the purpose of a conversation is dialogue. Try to listen to the interlocutor.

3. Do not push the interlocutor to agree with you.  It certainly won’t help, but rather repels the opponent.

4. Respond to the feelings of the interlocutor.  Do not offend the interlocutor’s feelings even if you are firmly convinced that he is wrong. Try to listen.

5. Formulate open-ended questions. Do not be a teacher in a conversation. Better ask questions like how and why. 

Thus, you are more likely to have the interlocutor agree with your point of view.

How to talk with people who cling to conspiracy theories.

1. Be prepared. Examine the issue of which you intend to speak thoroughly in order to have arguments.

2. Do not be too straightforward. Always remember that the purpose of a conversation is dialogue. Try to listen to the interlocutor.

3. Do not push the interlocutor to agree with you. It certainly won’t help, but rather repels the opponent.

4. Respond to the feelings of the interlocutor. Do not offend the interlocutor’s feelings even if you are firmly convinced that he is wrong. Try to listen.

5. Formulate open-ended questions. Do not be a teacher in a conversation. Better ask questions like how and why.

Thus, you are more likely to have the interlocutor agree with your point of view.
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1 week ago

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great content! how to live with such people around?

#takecarebeforeyoushare

The United Nations recently launched a project Verified designed to draw attention to the problem of misinformation that strengthened along with pandemic.

In the conditions of lockdown, people are searching for information that will help them to understand how to behave and protect yourself. 

However, the fact that people turned up in a situation that never happened to them, provoke lots of emotions as a consequence. It makes them read not quality, but shocking things. 

We want to join the campaign and warn you:
- Share only after checking the source;
- Share only after checking the date;
- Share only after checking your emotions.

#takecarebeforeyoushare

The United Nations recently launched a project "Verified" designed to draw attention to the problem of misinformation that strengthened along with pandemic.

In the conditions of lockdown, people are searching for information that will help them to understand how to behave and protect yourself.

However, the fact that people turned up in a situation that never happened to them, provoke lots of emotions as a consequence. It makes them read not quality, but shocking things.

We want to join the campaign and warn you:
- Share only after checking the source;
- Share only after checking the date;
- Share only after checking your emotions.
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2 weeks ago

FINANCIAL FRAUD

Are you sure that you know how to protect your money?
We prepared for you 5 main tips that will help your account to be safe.

#Skepsis #skepsismovement #switchonyourbrain #learnwithlogos #criticalthinking #ngologos #logosngo #learningisfun #factcheck
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