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EDEC 270-notes on reading "learning to observe and infer"

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EDEC 270 Notes on the reading: Learning to observe and Infer Two key elements in science that are important to understand the materials: OBSERVATION INFERENCE Not everything can be observed and understood, therefore, we seek the help of inference to understand a specific topic. For example, to understand the concept of atoms, we cannot use observation since the subject is extremely small to the eyes and even harder to view on the microscope. Therefore, inference is used to understand the concept of atoms. The challenge for teachers is to help their students to understand the importance of both, observation and inference, in order to understand the scientific material. In addition, teachers should push their students to develop this automatic ability to view an idea/topic through the
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