Refining The Way We Think
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Cambridge E-Learning Institute

EOF 'All In the Mind' Online Course

   EOF has partnered with Cambridge E-Learning Institute (CEI) with their courses on 'Critical Thinking' and 'Leaving Religion Support Network'.

   CEI courses build on the expertise of their collaborators, i.e., mainly researchers teaching at several UK and international Universities and specialists
   with a successful track record in their fields of expertise. Their online campus is held on Moodle. CEI provides courses, workshops, and distance
   learning, either online or face-to-face. Many of their online courses are also adapted to delivery-on-demand at universities and other institutions
    tailored to their needs. CEI runs its own social network where students, tutors, collaborators, and friends keep in touch. CEI is also open to
   those with an interest in the subjects discussed in their courses.

   Critical thinking helps to evaluate arguments, their consistency, veracity, and plausibility. In an age of information overload, it is important to identify
   which information to trust and what to discard. Many believe what others tell them, without questioning the source or asking for proof. Learning how
   to think critically is a cross-disciplinary skill, useful not only for those working in science but also for people interested in ethical reasoning and decision-
   making, information management, and even daily routines. Critical thinking assesses media sources, government, and what advertisers are telling us is
   acceptable, as well as additional information biases. Critical thinking, helping us to identify flawed reasoning and badly constructed arguments, protects
   us from being manipulated.
   It is a crucial skill to have in modern times. To answer these needs, CEI created an Online Certificate in Critical Thinking where each new course builds
   on the previous one. More information and course layout on the CEI Critical Thinking Course .
Cambridge E- Learning 'ALL IN THE MIND' EOF COURSE 
- Available Oct 1st 2016 c ertification available on completion of course. 
 - Enroll Now -
Critical Thinking / Metamemetics Course
  The course is active on the platform Moodle and is hosted by the Cambridge e-learning
  Institute, UK, which also has other courses about critical thinking, biology and animal behaviour.
A brief description:

 'All in the mind' is a course that helps the person/student/teacher's cognition to evaluate arguments properly without sinking into biases, logical fallacies
  and broken logic: it helps to analyse and comprehend the consistency of opinions and thoughts, their veracity, plausibility, logicality or illogicality. 
  We must acknowledge that we are living in an age of wonderful possibilities, in terms of self-education , technological improvement and plenty of
  accesses to productive information, however our age also offers an overload of biased information, false data and quackery of all kind, especially
  on line which is why a sober and therefore productive reasoning is so necessary not only in regard of personal perspectives but also as a form of social
  responsibility, as well as a valuable contribution for the future generations and civilisation to come. Specifically educators/teachers must properly
  assimilate and apply high order thinking skills so to avoid the spreading of unsound arguments. We believe that a mere scholastic process of teaching
  and learning is definitely not enough if it is not integrated with a solid understanding an application of metacognitive, critical and metamemetic thinking
  skills.  It is therefore important and fundamental to raise a qualitative thinking in order to identify and understand which information to trust and what to
  discard both inwardly and outwardly, as well it's very important to understand how to detect the psychological, social and popular fallacies, the broken
  logic and the defective arguments in order to prevent unnecessary and irrational cognitive positions and consequential possible problems. 
  The course does not only offer its development on the platform Moodle but it also extends itself with complementary assistance in terms of:

-One on one coaching sessions and Q/A on line or in person
-Other material

                                                                                                       The course focuses on:

·                                                                       Lesson 1: Reality of the cognitive biases
·                                                                       Lesson 2: Structure of the biased thinking
·                                                                       Lesson 3: Different ways of thinking
·                                                                       Lesson 4: Links between biased thinking and the need for psychological security
·                                                                       Lesson 5: All mind's fallacies
·                                                                       Lesson 6: Understanding how cognitive confusion works
·                                                                       Lesson 7: Differences between thinking and thought
·                                                                       Lesson 8: All in the mind, memetic thinking and metamemetic thinking
   More About the 'All In the Mind' Course

   It is easy to notice how our thoughts repeat themselves. Maybe even
   to notice how we can think things that we do not agree with but still
   act as though we did. How many contradictions do we live with in our   
   mind, and what can we do about them, so as to cultivate
   psychological peace?

   How do thoughts that run on automatic get translated in the mind?
   This course examines how we adopt thoughts, allowing them to run  
   without an expiration date. Without self-observation or 
   self-assessment, thoughts run automatically, allowing mindsets to
   think for us rather than a fresh mind. While patterns are running, how   
   can a mind decipher rational from irrational thoughts?
When we're not attentive, thoughts based on our familiarity  
   become our psychological ‘family’, in turn justifying our search for  
   cognitive security, or a ‘comforting thought’, if you will. Instead of
   ‘not knowing’ what to think, we fill the gap with a known thought.
   The longer the script runs, the more psychological weight we carry, 
   the more we falsely attribute certain causes to certain effects, until we
   formulate a mindset.
 Is thought, with all its network of conflicting influences, sacred? Is the
   idea of sacredness a construct? Can something that isn't sacred
   create ‘sacredness’, ‘holiness’, and the whole edifice of authority?
   Then thought worships an idea of 'sacredness', from which the bias 
   originally stemmed. When the magician tricks us, we're actually just
   as culpable -we know the magic trick is just a trick on some level!
   What if we acknowledged that we're tricking ourselves just as much
   with our concepts of sacredness and then worshiping the trick?  
   Memories and intellect are surely treasures of the mind, but can
   render other valuable facets of the mind subordinate. Memories and 
   Intellect are simply tools to support our living, not who we are. If we
   allow these tools to rule our mind, how can we ever think clearly?
​   EOF challenges the notion of 'common sense' by dismantling the
   network of underlying assumptions inherent in our daily practices.
   Critical thinking is the disciplined art of ensuring that you use the best        thinking you are capable of in any set of circumstances. The general          goal of thinking is to “figure out the lay of the land” in any situation we        are in. We all have multiple choices to make. We need the best                  information to make the best choices. To maximize the quality of our          thinking, we must learn how to become an effective "critic" of our                thinking.
   For more information about this course or the combo package
   consisting of both the coaching and the All In The Mind course, please
   contact us at

  [email protected]


  Consists of 8 Lessons
  (approx time course: 2-3/months)
  Each lesson is supported by a discussion forum with a tutor.

  Introduction to the definition of psychological security.
  Existential beliefs versus intelligence.
  Structure of beliefs and illusions.
  Language, rituals, and symbols.
  Inattentiveness and emotionality.
  Introduction to the cognition of love and its relationship with
  Love, historically speaking.
  Love, geographically speaking.
  Biased love.
  Love and belief.
  Love versus intelligence.
  Cleverness versus intelligence.
  Distractions and confusion.
  Faith, spirituality, new-age thinking,
escapism and illusions.
  Analysis of distracted cognition.
  Analysis of indisputable facts.
  Broken logic.
   Definition of logic / factual logic.
  Factual logicality.
  Understanding logical thinking.
  Application of logical thinking.
  Preservation of logical thinking.
   Automatic logical intelligence.
  Analysis of the mindset.
  Recognition of the mindset.
  Reproducibility of logical reasoning and its preservation.
  Logical thinking applied to technical and 
psychological problems.
  Metamemetic thinking skills.

   Each Lesson Contains:
Sub-lessons, documents, academic material, videos, forums,
   analyses, quizzes, interactive quizzes and tests, data and experiments,
   pictures-presentations and assessments, eventual intersection with
   EOF sessions/package.
   Certification available on completion of course. 


                        Price     € 85
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