How might we create an educational climate that allows for differing opinions while being conducive to a tolerance of viewpoints? Through facilitated conversations using scientific reasoning. Scientific reasoning has the ability to transform one-dimensional polarizing views into mutual understanding and open dialogue.

Debate and scientific reasoning are different approaches to problem-solving. What makes scientific reasoning discourse different from debate discourse is that it is self-corrective based on data, evidence, and information.

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