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Calvin again visits Byerley. The mayor-elect confesses that his campaign spread the rumor that Byerley had never and could not hit a man, to provoke someone to challenge him. The robopsychologist says that she regrets that he is human, because a robot would make an ideal ruler, one incapable of cruelty or injustice. Calvin notes that a robot may avoid breaking the First Law if the "man" who is harmed is not a man, but another humanoid robot, implying that the heckler whom Byerley punched may have been a robot. In the binding text of I, Robot Calvin notes that Byerley had his body atomized upon death, destroying any evidence, but she personally believed that he was a robot.
But just how important is serendipity to science? Scientists debating with policymakers have long relied on anecdotal evidence. Studies rarely try to quantify how much scientific progress was truly serendipitous, how much that cost or the circumstances in which it emerged.
This seems like a smart way to start attempting something very difficult. And if it proves possible to test the role of serendipity, researchers should do so. Given the paucity of existing evidence, even weak or partial observations could help policymakers to examine the most efficient way to fund research. That could let them balance different modes of funding, for example, or create the environments that encourage serendipity and permit researchers to capitalize on unexpected results.
We, the Pathway Project, will present on an innovative framework to examine specific components of writing produced by multilingual and English-only students that we believe our program may have affected. The framework was developed to code for specific and discrete parts of student writing, such as the quality of claims, the use of textual evidence, the quality of commentary, sentence fluency, and so on. Moreover, by eliciting teacher input through focus groups and surveys, an understanding of the impact of professional development was accomplished. Feedback also helped facilitators re-design different components of the program. This research presentation will engage the audience in using our framework to understand the academic writing development of English learners. The audience will also engage in practicing different professional development tools in support of student writing. Additionally, our redesign process based on teacher feedback will be discussed. 2b1af7f3a8