Talking sense : what is a good observer?
- Main contributors
Irving Lee; Ed Weiss; Ed Wegener
Considers the differences between a good and a bad observer and relates these differences to talking sense. Points out that the use of conclusions based on observation of similarities alone results in a limitation of our awareness of the world, while the use of conclusions grounded on observation that also considers differences is a mark of the mature mind.
National Educational Television
Language; Communication; Observation
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