Formulating and Communicating Conclusions
Designers Should Help Students Justify Their Solutions Through Argumentation
Namsoo Shin & Steven McGee
What is argumentation?
Why is argumentation important in scientific inquiry?
How does a designer encourage students’ argumentation skills?
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