3) Way, "Reasons as Premises of Good Reasoning
Participants who received booster training in reasoning
and visual concentration scored highest on tests reflecting those skills.
This cognitive model of reasoning
can encourage reflection and improve problem-solving skill, which is critical for adapting to the technology situations that teachers will encounter in the classroom.
The absence of ethical reasoning
is but one example of "ethical immaturity," term inspired by the work of John Abbott Worthley.
in Boyarin's hands begins to hint at the possible academic legitimacy of a different way of reading the Bible.
without recourse to additional experience, is through reasoning
So it is hard to see how reasons could fail to be appropriate premises for reasoning
DiMarco explored a student's strategy of reasoning
additively about the problem.
In a variety of reasoning
tasks, East Asians take what Nisbett calls a "holistic" approach.
On her view, facts are 'truths which are expressed propositionally, and which can be premises in reasoning
, both theoretical and practical' (152).