USING VARIED INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES: **INDUCTIVE** and DEDUCTIVE TEACHING APPROACHES **Inductive** versus Deductive Teaching Strategies

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1 **INDUCTIVE** TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS: DEFINITIONS, COMPARISONS, AND RESEARCH BASES * Michael J. Prince Bucknell University Richard M. Felder North Carolina State University To state a theorem and then to show examples of it is literally to teach backwards.

**Inductive** Logic 1. Brief Historical Background and Motivation The idea of **inductive** logic as providing a general, quantitative way of evaluating arguments is a relatively modern one.

Reminiscences of a Stock Quotation System: The Real Story of Ultronic Systems Corporation By Robert S. Sinn - February 2009 (The Founders: Robert S. Sinn, George Hernan, Stan Hunkins, Sam Azeez) After my graduation from the University of Pennsylvania in June 1952, I went to work as a very junior ...

1 **INDUCTIVE** THINKING FORWRITING **Inductive** logic, the basis for **inductive** thinking, is one of the most commonly used patterns ofthinking. 1 This article is devoted to clarifying the pattern of **inductive** thinking for written composition 2 ;since induction is commonly used in academic ...

**Inductive** Rules, Background Knowledge, and Skepticism Daniel Steel Department of Philosophy 503 S. Kedzie Hall Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48823-1032 Email: steel@msu.edu

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These **inductive** approaches include: Case-based reasoning . These models represent judgments and expertise in the form of cases, not rules. Cases are represented textually and retrieved in terms of analogical reasoning strategies

**Inductive** Reasoning Page 1 of 7 **Inductive** Reasoning We learned that valid deductive thinking begins with at least one universal premise and leads to a conclusion that is believed to be contained in the argument's ...