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Slogans in Education

7/11/11

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Slogans

Etymology

Characteristics

Ex 1: every school, a good school

Ex 2: support our troops

Slogans and consensus

Two Problems

Presuming common criteria

From slogan to practice

Imputing causation

The basic technique

Advanced technique

The 'Can-it-fail?' Rule

Some examples

Author: Edward G. ROZYCKI 

Email: edrozycki@newfoundations.com

Home Page: http://www.newfoundations.com

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