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In this paper we describe how a science curriculum designed with Universal Design for Learning principles could make all elementary classrooms more accessible for young students.
In this paper, the author examines a style of teaching for a medical ethics course designed for medical students in their clinical years, a style that some believe conflicts with a commitment to analytic philosophy. The author discusses (1) why some find a conflict, (2) why there really is no conflict, and (3) the approach to medical ethics through… (More)
The use of controlled excitation is fundamental to the acquisition of input-output data for the purpose of estimating modal parameters. The characteristics of the excitation greatly influence the quality of the resulting measurements. This paper first presents an overview of the basic excitation methods, such as, random, periodic random, pseudo-random, and… (More)
A family had a child in large part to use its marrow in the hopes of saving the life of an older child afflicted with leukaemia. Public response from medical ethicists was negative. This paper argues that what the family did was not clearly wrong and that the ethicists should not have made public pronouncements calling the morals of the family into question.
"Joan Robinson: One Woman's Story' is a cinéma vérité style record of a woman's losing struggle against ovarian cancer. The film has been shown now twice on the American Public Television Network. It has received good notices primarily from the lay press. Yet the film depicts much that is out-of-date and much that is debatable. In general, we feel that it… (More)
Examples of tipping suggest that the distinction between tipping, bribery and extortion can be questioned. Some well known ideas about bribery will not work if extended to tipping and, indeed, these analyses may founder whether or not tipping, bribery and extortion merge. I suggest that more case study analysis as well as a discussion of the relationship… (More)
Social scientists use many different methods, and there are often substantial disagreements about which method is appropriate for a given research question. In response to this uncertainty about the relative merits of different methods, W. E. B. Du Bois advocated for and applied “methodological triangulation”. This is to use multiple methods simultaneously… (More)
The use of controlled excitation is fundamental to the estimation of multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) frequency response function (FRF) data. The characteristics of the excitation greatly influences the quality of the resulting MIMO-FRF measurements. This paper presents an overview of the basic excitation methods, such as random, periodic random,… (More)