Measuring Learning LO19781
Mon, 09 Nov 1998 08:44:11 -0500

Replying to LO19762 --

I wish I could help you, but I'm sure someone on the list can. Please share
your results with the list. I would be very interested in what you find.

kind regards,
Vana Prewitt wrote:

> In searching for information for a school project i came across a page
> with a link to this email account. Here are some of the questions I'm
> attempting to answer. If you can shed some light or have any thoughts that
> you would like to share your input would be greatly appreciated.
> 1. Is is possible to measure the rate at which we learn?
> 2. Can we measure the rate at which anything learns i.e computers,
> dolphins, chimpanzees?
> 3. Could the Hubble constant be a reflection of the expansion of
> knowledge as well as the universe?
> 4. What does the IQ test measure and how are values assessed?


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