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Principles of Instruction Keynote Mindmap ~

Principles of Instruction Keynote Mindmap ~ | Education Tech & Tools |

David Merrill (#AECT Keynote,  the Association for Educational Communications & Technology) talked about his first principles of instruction ...[connected to] ...problem-centered learning, and design by prototyping and refinement.


His take home in the Q&A was to have more examples and put problems first.    


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Via juandoming, Deb Nystrom, REVELN
Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, November 2, 2013 1:59 PM

Clear, useful concepts for principles of instruction - food for thought in agile learning via this mindmap.  ~  Deb

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Intro to Nemetics - The Infintely Dynamic Play

"The purpose of using Nemes and Nemetics is coming to grips with ‘emergences’, which I believe is well within the reach of almost everyone on the earth. It helps us better understand events in our lives to take actions that change our future to a more ‘desirable’ one.


Let us start by understanding NEME. It is an acronym that stands for:

>> N = Notice

>> E = Engage

>> M = Mull

>> E = Exchange"


from source: -

ghbrett's insight:

The author goes on to describe the processes and provides some examples as well as a SWF video. It is a long post, but take the time to read it all.


As I interpret the notion of #NEMETICS I see it related to a couple things as identifying processes for activities listed near the end of the article. Also, there are mentions of iteration and growth. I reminds me of Jeff Conklin's work ( ) on Dialog Mapping using Compendium ( ) based on Issue Based Information Systems ( ).


My visual would be a 2x2 matrix with N, E, M, E in each of the four squares. There would be a spiral that begins in the lower left of N and then move through the other three squares. Instead of just continuing as one line, there could be multiple branches that continue (iterate) or due to the Exchange would point to other 2x2 matrices of a similar nature.

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