Reason!: Improving informal reasoning skills
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||The goal of the Reason! project is to develop an effective and affordable method for improving informal reasoning. In this paper we sketch the background to the project, briefly describe the Reason! software, and report positive results from a detailed study of the first full-scale trial.|
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