A Study on Improvisation of Academic Performance and Decision-Making Ability through an Interactive Review Model

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Saladi Jaswanth Seshasai, Dr. K. D. Balaji


Background:Critical thinking skills plays a predominant role in the present challenging skills. Critical thinking involves the process of rigorous assessment and understanding of the information to achieve a well-defined conclusion. These critical thinking concepts and theories are generic, even though adopting them for different disciplines involves a cognitive concept mapping process.

Objectives: To progress a precise balanced model for the improvement of the thinking ability with the specific indicators of learning/teaching strategies.

Methods:Critical thinking is valued in various disciplines for its ability to analyze, assess, explain and reconstruct. This critical thinking involves the personal traits that includes a conscious assumption linked with a paradoxical underlying conviction.

Results:By creating a friendly environment, between the students and teachers, which helps in creating the learning attitude that would benefit the students in concept of knowledge.

Conclusions: This involves interaction sessions between the students and teachers that requires the collaboration resource support that increases their performance which relates the reasoning ability in order to retain and develop the skills of the students.

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