IB Theory of Knowledge - The Strengths and Weaknesses of Induction

IB Theory of Knowledge - The Strengths and Weaknesses of I
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A 3 page SmartBoard Notebook file that contains discussion prompts about induction as a tool of logic and reasoning. The first page asks students to work in groups to identify generalizations that they routinely use in their IB subject classes and to assign some importance to them. Then the second and third slides move to a discussion of why we use inductive thinking (generalizations) and what makes a good (or not so good) generalization. All slides are easily convertible to PDF format if you prefer to use them as handouts.
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50 Minutes

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