- What is "exogeneous"?
- "Culture of Evidence"
- How decide what kind of info will be useful, then how to collect it?
- If the accumulation and statistical analysis of results of such surveys showed very positive attitudes, beliefs, judgments, would that be accepted as significant and valid evidence by advocates of "assessment" of the effectiveness of teaching and learning?
- Who gets to decide which results of which "quantitative" social science style research will change beliefs, behaviors?
- How well do any results of "quantitative" social science style research change beliefs, behaviors?
- What can be done by whom to increase or decrease the impact of any results of "quantitative" social science style research on beliefs, behaviors?
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