Argumentation in Science Education: Perspectives from by Sibel Erduran, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre
By Sibel Erduran, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre
Academic researchers are absolute to see this as a well timed paintings. It brings jointly the paintings of prime specialists in argumentation in technology schooling. It provides examine combining theoretical and empirical views proper for secondary technological know-how school rooms. because the Nineties, argumentation reports have elevated at a quick velocity, from stray papers to a wealth of analysis exploring ever extra refined matters. it really is this undeniable fact that makes this quantity so an important.
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34 M. Garcia-Mila and C. Andersen Interpsychological Argumentation This section argues that the essence of argumentation in discursive practices is an externalized explicit dialectical activity, where two or more minds engage in a debate through a series of claims, counterclaims, and rebuttals. As Hickman (1987) puts it, “Usually they (argumentations) consist of a sequence of utterances whose content may—but need not—enter the argument to be developed. However, an argumentation only succeeds if the participants manage to develop a joint argument that is collectively accepted as an answer to the quaestio” (p.
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