Observations and Inferences. Two Tools Every Scientist Needs Charlottesville City Schools October, 2005. Observation. An observation is a fact learned “directly” through the senses. Sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing
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Observations and Inferences
Two Tools Every Scientist Needs
Charlottesville City Schools
Time is up!!!
Let’s share our observations, but be an active listener…don’t repeat what was already stated.
If you want to modify your inference, change it now.
Let’s make another observation.
Let’s make one last observation…
Images used in this presentation were taken from the following:Block, J. Richard & Yuker, Harold (1989). Can You Believe Your Eyes? New York: Gardner Press.Banyai, Istvan (1995). RE-Zoom. New York: Viking.