1. Read M. Lee (2006) p477-482 “Environmental Harm as a Market Failure”
  2. Read B. Andrew (2008)
  3. Watch a short video explain externality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuJ4E1UMk3c
  4. Watch video “Tragedy of Commons” https://drive.google.com/open?id=1t4auSQzZreTmpH7d…

This week, we’ve spent our time examining a set of research designs – experimental, quasi-experimental, and non-experimental designs – that allow us to investigate the relationships between things. Key among those relationships are causal relationships– relationships in which change in some independent variable causes change in a dependent variable. For schools and practitioners, this question – whether or not something we do causes change in an outcome we care about – is of critical importance.

For your exit ticket this week, summarize and explain, in 3-4 paragraphs, the extent to which each of the designs we’ve talked about – experimental, quasi-experimental, and non-experimental – allow us to make claims about cause and effect. As you do so, be sure to draw upon and reference our class readings and resources.

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