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EDU1015 Flashcards 2

Week 2

Interpretation An expression of the meaning or significance or a wide variety of experience, situations, data, events, judgments, conventions, beliefs, rules, procedures, or criteria.
Reasoning Logical thinking: The use of logical thinking in order to find results or draw conclusions.
Analysis Identifies the intended and actual inferential relationships among statements, questions, concepts, descriptions, or other forms of representation intended to express belief, judgment, experiences, reasons, information, or opinions
Evaluation Assesses the credibility of statements or other representations that are accounts/descriptions of a person's perception,experience,situation, judgment,belief,or opinion;assesses he logical strength of the actual or intended inferential relationships among
Self-Regulation A process in which one monitors one's cognitive activities, the elements used in those activities, and the results educed, particularly by applying skills in analysis, and evaluation to one's own inferential judgments with a view toward questions, confirm
Inference Identifies and secures elements needed to draw reasonable conclusions; it forms conjectures and hypotheses, considers relevant information and educes the consequences flowing from data, statements, principles, evidence, judgments, beliefs, opinions, conce
Explanation States and justifies reasoning in terms of the evidential , conceptual, methodological, criteriological, and contextual considerations upon which one's results were based; also presents one's reasoning in the form of cogent arguments
Inductive Reasoning Drawing probabilistic inferences regarding what is most likely to be true or most likely not true, given certain information.
Deductive Reasoning Drawing inferences in which it appears that the conclusion cannot possibly be false if all of the premises are true.
Created by: Adamarieturner