DESEDU – Design + Educação tem como objetivo reunir iniciativas que aproximem Design e Educação Básica das mais diversas maneiras: pela arquitetura, materiais didáticos, metodologias de ensino, formação de professores etc. Por ser um conteúdo pouco conhecido no Brasil, a ideia é que este seja um espaço de referências sobre o assunto e, por isso, toda contribuição é bem-vinda!
As we all know, our minds are changing as technology integrates more and more into our lives. The use of technology in traditionally social situations has become so rife it that games have been invented in order to keep people off their phones. In schools, it is evident that children and teenagers spend more time taking …
The position of 'Theory of Mind' as the dominant theory of social cognition has come under attack in recent years. The Theory of Mind paradigm claims that we understand others by 'mind-reading' or attributing mind states to others. This process lies at the root of our ability to empathise and appreciate the mental life of others.
More recently, a 'coupling theory' has emerged. This conceives of the basis of social cognition as being, primarily, a interactive one. Advocates of this approach have claimed that, rather than social cognition relying on inferring the intentions of others, it operates on a lower level independent of 'higher' attributional processes. This has been term 'coupling'.
Consider two people approaching each other in the street; they try to avoid each other. The movement of one member of the dyad constrains the movements of the other. As most of us know this is a sensitive and subtle process but, crucially, it is one that seems to operate without the need for the involvement of higher level planning or cognitive control.
The relative contribution of cognitive processing and low level coupling to social cognition is still a matter for keen debate. In this interesting paper 'Gestural coupling and social cognition' Krueger and Michael (2012) seek to illuminate this debate using the rare genetic disorder Mobius Syndrome as a case study.
Acervo digital disponibiliza toda a obra de Paulo Freire. Estão disponíveis para download gratuito vídeos de aulas, conferências, palestras, entrevistas, artigos e livros do educador O Centro de Referência Paulo Freire, dedicado a preservar e divulgar a memória e o legado do educador, disponibiliza vídeos das aulas, conferências, palestras e entrevistas que ele deu em …
Talvez você já tenha ouvido falar na mecânica quântica, o ramo da física que lida com fenômenos na escala nano, ou seja, do infinitamente pequeno. Ou, quem sabe, jamais ouviu falar nela. Talvez – embora isto seja altamente improvável – ...
In this interview, Hubert Dreyfus discusses Merleau-Pontys' ideas about how the body 'experiences objects'. He acknowledges the importance of Heidegger too.
It's a stimulating discussion that in which he makes the suggestion that objects 'pull' (my word) at the body in a way that sets up optimal conditions for perception; and all this without resorting to mental representations!
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