1. Creative Thinkers
Ability to embrace new and innovative ideas breaking from established ideas, principles, rules, and procedures.
2. Analytical Thinkers
The ability to separate a whole into its basic parts to examine the parts and their relationships.
The process of careful evaluation or decision making. Critical thinkers do this to determine the authenticity, accuracy, value, validity, or value of something.
3. Critical Thinkers
4. Concrete Thinkers
More often than not, this type of thinker prefers to think, understand, and apply factual knowledge.
5. Abstract Thinkers
The ability to associate seemingly random things with each other and make connections that are difficult for others to see.
6. Divergent Thinkers
This mindset leads to an infinite number of solutions to find an effective solution.
7. Convergent Thinkers
The process of combining a finite number of perspectives or ideas to find a single solution.