Monthly Archives: July 2015

The context of inquiry

I’m collecting some material for an article that would like to show the importance  that some debates in philosophy of science would actually have for science education. And there is, in particular, an issue that I’m going to treat in this post. … Continue reading

Posted in chance-seeking | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

The tacit and the explicit

For a project I’m involved in I’ve recently read and pondered a number of articles, guides, and chapters about methodologies and methods for data collection. I’ve done that, because I never really received a proper training in this particular (and interesting) … Continue reading

Posted in chance-seeking | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment