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Want to take a closer look at any of the mentioned frameworks?
- Michelene Chi’s Quantifying Qualitative Analyses of Verbal Data
- American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Benchmarks for Scientific Literacy
- Chinn and Malhotra’s Theoretical Framework for Evaluating Inquiry Tasks
- Kuhn’s framework for Categorising Epistemological Stance in Argumentation
‘‘Science is built up of facts, as a house is built of stones; but an accumulation of facts is no more science than a heap of stones is a house’’
Want to learn more about scientific habits of mind?
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Criteria for scientific habits of mind, as defined by John Dewey in “Logic: The Theory of Inquiry“:
- Logical thinking
- Quantitative analysis
- Deductive reasoning
- Proper questioning
- Reliance on sound evidence
Results (via post number):
|Evidence of Scientific Habits of Mind||No Evidence of Scientific Habits of Mind||Undefinable|
|1||8||9- Reference to outsider information|
|2||29||11- Formatting information but no