CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Paradigm Shift, Ad Hominem, Socratic Method

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23 Aug 2017
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Free will is a choice to make your own decisions. You"re not forced or there is no loss in anything that you do. Freedom of oppression and not to have discrimination. The governments, constitutions, and other agencies restrict our free will. ". Fulfill one"s desires or goals and the freedom to go back and think about how these came into being. Free will can be a specific moment in a specific time. You might have a free will with your thoughts, however, your actions might not be of free will. Finding information on a topic: experimental, correlational. Research is a systematic investigation designed to establish facts and reach conclusions. Observing the world around you and questioning those observations. Observe natural phenomena formulate hypothesis test hypothesis via experiment and establish a theory based on repeated validations of results. Uses questions to examine the values, principles, and beliefs of students. Demands classroom environment characterized by productive discomfort and open-ended dialogue.

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