I am making claims not at all that fantastic, but based on many years and hours of research. We have evaluatins that can be used. Why not try them and see what you get. Do some action research. Most claims that are counter to ours are based on what people believe and not on solid research data. We have comparison studies, test results, and years of experience along with papers that stretch back to the 70s or before.
The current educational system happened and was not particularly designed by research. So why not try some things. I think the burden of proof should be on those who claim that traditional education works best. That is like saying I live on a flat plain, but out of sight there is a mountain, so the world is all a flat plain. So look and see if it is there. Try the CCI and see what you get. Try the Lawson test. Look and see if you notice the same things we observe.
If medicine were done like education, every doctor would make up their own treatments independently without consulting any literature on the subject. They would all give the same treatments they were given when younger. Neither education nor medicine should be done by opinion, but rather informed by the research and what it shows.
John M. Clement Houston, TX
> John Clement asked (of Robert) > > >Again, I ask, why not try some of the evaluations which have > been mentioned? > > But *John* (and not Robert) is the one making the fantastic > claims, so the burden of proof is on *John* (and not Robert). > > Timotha > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] > >