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“Bad reasoning as well as good reasoning is possible; and
“Bad reasoning as well as good reasoning is possible; and - presentation

giovanna-b

- Charles Sanders Peirce. Using Models of Reasoning. A Return to Logos. Reasoning from Specific Instances. Progressing from a number of particular facts to a general conclusion. .. This is also known as inductive reasoning..

Welcome Back! “Bad reasoning as well as good reasoning is possible; and this fact is the foundati
Welcome Back! “Bad reasoning as well as good reasoning is - presentation

giovanna-b

- Charles Sanders Peirce. On the Radar. Researching the Persuasive Speech Assignment. Due Wednesday on . WebCT. (by 11:59 p.m.). Exam Two. This Friday in Lecture. Study Guide on Course Website. Workshops for the Persuasive Speech.

Section  2 : Code Reasoning +
Section 2 : Code Reasoning + -

discoverfe

Programming tools. cse331-staff@cs.washington.edu. . s. lides borrowed and adapted from Alex . Mariakis. . and CSE 390a . Outline. Reasoning about code. Developer tools. Eclipse and Java versions. ssh.

Reasoning with Rules SWRL as Example
Reasoning with Rules SWRL as Example - presentation

debby-jeon

Jan Pettersen Nytun, UIA. 1. JPN, UiA. 2. What is a rule?. Consist of premise . and a . conclusion.. Meaning: In . any situation where the premise applies the conclusion must also hold.. JPN, UiA. 3.

Deductive Reasoning: Why People Are Not Always Logical
Deductive Reasoning: Why People Are Not Always Logical - presentation

briana-ran

Pavle. . Valerjev. Department of psychology. University of . Zadar. Thinking. Psychology of thinking. Reasoning. Problem solving. Judgment and decision making. Undirected thinking (Gilhooly, 1996). Cognitive approach: Thinking as .

Scalable Distributed Reasoning
Scalable Distributed Reasoning - presentation

min-jolico

Using . MapReduce. Jacopo . Urbani. , Spyros . Kotoulas. ,. Eyal. Oren, and Frank van . Harmelen. Department of Computer Science,. Vrije. . Universiteit. Amsterdam,. The Netherlands . . .

Bayesian Reasoning
Bayesian Reasoning - presentation

tatyana-ad

P(. A . &. B. ) . = . P(. A. |. B. ) * P(. B. ). Product Rule:. Bayesian Reasoning. P(. A . &. B. ) . = . P(. A. |. B. ) * P(. B. ). Product Rule:. Shorthand for . . P(A=true & B=true) = P(A=true | B=true) * P(B=true).

Analytical and Logical Reasoning for CAT and other MBA exam
Analytical and Logical Reasoning for CAT and other MBA exam - presentation

karlyn-boh

Online Class by. Satyadhar. Joshi. shivgan3@yahoo.com. http://www.wiziq.com/shivgan_joshi. http://onlineclasses.nanotechbiz.org. Introduction. This class is will introduce with the subject of the overall series which is divided in 12 lectures. .

Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning
Math 123 Quantitative Reasoning - presentation

briana-ran

Rebecca Wulf. Ivy Tech Lafayette. rwulf@ivytech.edu. . Ben Markham. Ivy Tech Bloomington. bmarkham@ivytech.edu. . Sharon Koch. Ivy Tech Gary. s. koch12@ivytech.edu. . Ivy Tech Community College. 30 .

Reasoning and Proof
Reasoning and Proof - presentation

kittie-lec

Reasoning and Proof Geometry Chapter 2 This Slideshow was developed to accompany the textbook Larson Geometry By Larson , R., Boswell, L., Kanold , T. D., & Stiff, L. 2011 Holt McDougal Some examples and diagrams are taken from the textbook.

Developing a  reasoning classroom
Developing a reasoning classroom - presentation

lindy-duni

Developing a reasoning classroom Written by Tim Handley (Mathematics Specialist Teacher, NCETM Professional Development Lead and author of Problem Solving and Reasoning ) Aims Understand what reasoning ‘is’ and why

Reasoning:
Reasoning: - presentation

calandra-b

After Four years of CER . in the . Classroom. Laura Rossier. F. A. Day Middle School. 8. th. grade Earth & Space Science. laura_rossier@newton.k12.ma.us. What’s your CER experience?. How many have never heard of CER?.

Thinking about Reasoning in Upper Primary
Thinking about Reasoning in Upper Primary - presentation

lois-ondre

(in the light of end of Primary Statutory Assessments….). Jo Lees : . jlees6@aol.com. Before we start……Lots of ideas taken from:. Nrich; NCETM; MNP; MA; ATM (Thinkers book); TTS; STA; Jo Boaler and Mike Askew.

Reasoning, Proof, and Justification
Reasoning, Proof, and Justification - presentation

tatyana-ad

:. . It’s not just for geometry anymore. Denisse. R. Thompson. University of South Florida, USA. 2011 Annual Mathematics Teachers Conference. Singapore. June 2, 2011. “Reasoning mathematically is a habit of mind, and like all habits, it must be developed through consistent use in many contexts.” .

Inductive Reasoning
Inductive Reasoning - presentation

calandra-b

The other side of logic. Deduction . vs. Induction. Deduction – General to Specific. Induction – Specific to General. Inductive reasoning. Uses particular facts, common threads and ideas to draw a conclusion suggested by evidence.

Building a Case for Relational Reasoning Strategies as 
Building a Case for Relational Reasoning Strategies as  "M - presentation

alexa-sche

Patricia A. Alexander. Forward a claim about the association between relational reasoning with metacognition theory and research. Consider the nature of percepts and concepts in human learning and performance.

Claim 3: Communicating Reasoning
Claim 3: Communicating Reasoning - presentation

liane-varn

The Smarter Balanced summative mathematics assessment and its relationship to instruction. What is Claim 3?. Assesses students’ ability to clearly and precisely construct viable arguments to support their own reasoning and critique the reasoning of others..

Use Inductive Reasoning Objectives
Use Inductive Reasoning Objectives - presentation

giovanna-b

To form conjectures through inductive reasoning. To disprove a conjecture with a counterexample. To avoid fallacies of inductive reasoning. Example 1. You’re at school eating lunch. You ingest some air while eating, which causes you to belch. Afterward, you notice a number of students staring at you with disgust. You burp again, and looks of distaste greet your natural bodily function. You have similar experiences over the course of the next couple of days. Finally, you conclude that belching in public is socially unacceptable. The process that lead you to this conclusion is called.

Use Inductive Reasoning Objectives
Use Inductive Reasoning Objectives - presentation

alexa-sche

To form conjectures through inductive reasoning. To disprove a conjecture with a counterexample. To avoid fallacies of inductive reasoning. Example 1. You’re at school eating lunch. You ingest some air while eating, which causes you to belch. Afterward, you notice a number of students staring at you with disgust. You burp again, and looks of distaste greet your natural bodily function. You have similar experiences over the course of the next couple of days. Finally, you conclude that belching in public is socially unacceptable. The process that lead you to this conclusion is called.

Kohlberg’s theory of moral Reasoning
Kohlberg’s theory of moral Reasoning - presentation

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By Lindsey Busker and Sydney Thomson. Lawrence Kohlberg . Born in Bronxville, New York on October 25, 1927. Attended high school at Phillips Academy and then served in the Merchant Marine at the end of World War II.

Moral Reasoning
Moral Reasoning - presentation

trish-goza

Development Part III. Kohlberg’s theory of moral development. Criticisms of Kohlberg’s theory. Recent contributions of social psychology and neuroscience to understanding moral judgment. Baby morality.

Geometry Section 2.3 – Deductive Reasoning
Geometry Section 2.3 – Deductive Reasoning - presentation

ellena-man

Note-Taking Guide. I suggest only writing down things written in . red. Inductive vs. Deductive Reasoning. What was our definition of inductive reasoning (section 2.1)?. Process of looking for patterns, making a conjecture, and then attempting to prove the conjecture true or false.

Deductive reasoning
Deductive reasoning - presentation

kittie-lec

Deductive reasoning. , also . deductive logic. or . logical deduction. or, informally, . ". top-down. " logic. , is the process of . reasoning. from one or more . statements. (premises) to reach a logically certain conclusion. It differs from .

Quantitative Reasoning
Quantitative Reasoning - presentation

alexa-sche

Task Force. Final Report. 15 September . 2016. Guiding Principle: . Educational Policy must balance access and opportunity to achieve equity.. Recommendation I. Define quantitative reasoning. Recommendation I.

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