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What should be my (our) guiding questions? | Dangerously Irrelevant

What should be my (our) guiding questions? | Dangerously Irrelevant | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

A list of guiding questions we might want to be asking ourselves and other teachers including:

* What can we do to increase the cognitive complexity of students' day-to-day work so they are more often doing deeper thinking and learning work?

* What can we do to better incorporate digital technologies into students' deeper thinking and learning in ways that are authentic, relevant, meaningful, and powerful?

Read on for an additional five questins and feel free to comment by adding new questions or suggesting changes to current questions.


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Pedagogishness: Revaluing the Imagination for a Humanistic ...

Pedagogishness: Revaluing the Imagination for a Humanistic ... | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
In a nutshell: As we think about the transformative potential of aesthetic experience, the capacity for aesthetic self-transformation, and any pedagogy based on these convictions, we need to consider the role of the imagination ...
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Art/Aesthetics | brogan bunt

Art/Aesthetics | brogan bunt | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
I need to speak more clearly about the relationship between art and aesthetics. I am tending to either blur the distinction or insist upon it very strongly. My general view is that art represents an institutionally-configured sub-set ...
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A Methodology for Modern Phenomenology

In order to maximize effectiveness, a phenomenological research project (PhRP) will probably have to go through all of these steps, though not necessarily in this order. Also any step can probably be repeated any number of ...
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Seeing Meaning: August 2012

Seeing Meaning: August 2012 | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

"Embodiment is the universal starting point. Everything with a body is experiencing being in a particular place with whatever interface is available. Not just among humans, the fact of inhabiting a body is the shared element of all living things. We are consciousness experiencing the material realm and we’re all in it together."


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What are the Components of Creativity?

What are the Components of Creativity? | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
Creativity is comprised of four factors. Just remember this equation: Creativity = Surprise + Originality + Beauty + Utility.

When you read this post you will find that there are four common criteria that are often used when defining creativity:

1. Flexibility

2. Originality

3. Fluency

4. Elaboration

For more information on the four criteria and information on the four factors that this post uses to define creativity click through to the article.


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Feza Koprucu's curator insight, June 25, 6:45 PM

Clearly written article that attempts to define Creativity:


Creativity = Surprise + Originality + Beauty + Utility

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Adorno's Alternative Aesthetics, part II by Reineart de V. « luctor et ...

Adorno's Alternative Aesthetics, part II by Reineart de V. « luctor et ... | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
Lily van der Stokker / Money, 1999 / Silkscreen print …& here is the 2nd installment on adorno's aesthetic theory by reineart de v. …reineart de v. writes: “Allegorical intention finds its roots in this fundamental mystery.” this line ...
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Why Hegel's Phenomenology now? | Work of the Negative: A ...

We present part of her unfinished “Why Hegel's Phenomenology? Why Now?” which was an important aspect of her work on Dialectics of Organization and Philosophy: 'The Party' and Forms of Organization Born out of ...
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Why Is The Sky Blue? | Aesthetics of Touch

Why Is The Sky Blue? | Aesthetics of Touch | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
To what extent is color a physical thing in the physical world, and to what extent is it created in our minds? We start with Sir Isaac Newton, who was so eager to solve this very mystery, he stuck a knife in his eye to pinpoint the ...
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The Studio at CBS

The Studio at CBS | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

"The Studio is a flexible, educational space for problem-based, experiential learning that takes place in groups. We would call it studio pedagogy for management education."


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