The article, "Hypothesis, Homology, and Heuristic: What the H" highlights the burden on the educator to translate professional terms and the language of scholarship into the vernacular of the learner.
The ability and necessity to link a concept with a specific application is emphasized.
The broad utility and application of new terms, such as, hypothesis, homology, and heuristic, reveal the essential task to decode meaning and relevance to students. You can find the article in Volume 06, Number 03.
Posted: January 10, 2014