Q. What is relativistic thinking


The National Adult Literacy Database defines relativistic thinking as "knowledge in this stage of William Perry's model of intellectual development is considered to be relative and situational. Learners critically reflect on multiple perspectives and determine the most suitable answer in a particular situation. Related concepts: deep level processing, critical thinking."


For additional information be sure to check out Credo Reference, an online reference library with access to over 500 reference titles (Launch the Online Library-Select Find now underneath the Find Books heading-Click the link for Credo Reference-begin searching).


  • Last Updated Jul 26, 2017
  • Views 8628
  • Answered By [Unclaimed]

FAQ Actions

Was this helpful? 12   7

Contact Us

Don't see an answer to your question? Submit a new question to us using this form.
Your Contact Information

Please give an e-mail address so we know where to send your answer. We will not share it.

Fields marked with * are required.