The Yeti case

Example of good STEM out of content practice

 Learning goal: 

In this activity students learn that observations and assumptions are two different things. That it is important to distinguish these two. Students learn that a conclusion can be structured using Toulmins argumentation model in which a link is made between data and claim by means of warrants (support/justification) and likelihood (how sure are you of the claim). 

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https://www.tudelft.nl/en/education/programmes/bachelors/tn/bachelor-of-applied-physics/students-experiences/freek-pols/

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