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The cultural evolution of socially situated cognition

The cultural evolution of socially situated cognition | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
The intro to Liane's paper. Other papers in this issue explore how cognition is shaped by the social matrix in which it is embedded. In this paper the reader is invited to take a step back and cons...

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The Empowered Patient Decision Support App

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The Empowered Patient® Decision Support web app is a series of ten questions that help identify areas in which patients may need help and support when making health care decisions. The app produces a streamlined pdf report of areas where the patient feels confident and decisive – and areas in which the patient may need information and guidance.


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Mighty Casey's curator insight, May 13, 2013 8:07 AM

Interesting ... would love your thoughts on this app's worth.

rob halkes's curator insight, May 17, 2013 1:34 AM

Inspring idea! Would love to see responses by NICE (UK) and IQWig (Germany). Are there some evalutions/reviews from users??

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Qu'est-ce que le connectivisme ? | Thot Cursus

Qu'est-ce que le connectivisme ? | Thot Cursus | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Dans leurs analyses des modèles pédagogiques, les théoriciens de l'apprentissage incluent   l'enseignant, l'apprenant, le savoir et le groupe avec leurs leurs interactions et supports de médiations.

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Gilles Le Page's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:39 AM

Le "connectivisme" était au coeur du MOOC ITyPA, l'article de Thot Cursus revient sur les théories de l'apprentissage ...et donc sur le connectivisme.

 

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"... Parmi les principes étayant la théorie du connectivisme on verra que l'apprentissage et la connaissance émergent de la diversité des sources, qu'ils peuvent survenir à l'aide de dispositifs extérieurs aux êtres humains et que la prise de décision est en soi un processus d'apprentissage."

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Enfants et écrans : psychologie et cognition « InternetActu.net

Enfants et écrans : psychologie et cognition « InternetActu.net | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
InternetActu.net est un site d'actualité consacré aux enjeux de l'internet, aux usages innovants qu'il permet et aux recherches qui en découlent.
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Notre cerveau à l’heure des nouvelles lectures « InternetActu.net

Notre cerveau à l’heure des nouvelles lectures « InternetActu.net | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
InternetActu.net est un site d'actualité consacré aux enjeux de l'internet, aux usages innovants qu'il permet et aux recherches qui en découlent.
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How can we make devices better? By studying what people actually do

How can we make devices better? By studying what people actually do | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Many new technologies are based on what companies and designers seem to think their users might want to do, or what they envision them wanting to do, but not as many are based on what people actually do, Ellen Isaacs told attendees at GigaOM’s Mobilize...
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REGARDS SUR LE NUMERIQUE | La conscience des robots

REGARDS SUR LE NUMERIQUE | La conscience des robots | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Les machines peuvent-elles penser ? A l'heure de l'intelligence artificielle, la question n'est plus si saugrenue.
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When technology helps groups make better decisions | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation

When technology helps groups make better decisions | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Loomio’s open source web app helps groups make decisions more efficiently while collaborating more fairly. Its approach leaves room for third-party tool support while giving teams more tools to reach their goals.
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Co-operation vs. Competition (vs. Collaboration)

Co-operation vs. Competition (vs. Collaboration) | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it

Will Richardson's book and blogs were essential reading when I first started using social media in teaching. -- Howard

 

"Finnish educator and author Pasi Sahlberg writing in yesterday’s Washington Post:
Many reformers believe that the quality of education improves when schools compete against one another. For cooperation to happen, we need to be participating transparently with the idea that others can build upon what we share, reshare it, curate it, connect it or whatever else. In that vein, it’s why we need to promote a “network literacy” that supports our ability to find, analyze, synthesize and share information and knowledge in safe, effective and ethical ways. In my discussions and snap polling of education audiences, I can tell you we’re nowhere near a tipping point with that in schools."


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The Online Couch: how the Internet and mobile are changing mental and behavioral health care | Health Populi

The Online Couch: how the Internet and mobile are changing mental and behavioral health care | Health Populi | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
The Online Couch: how the Internet and mobile are changing mental and behavioral health care http://t.co/fwWsHu7w #hcsm #hcsmeu...

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Psychologie cognitive et Neurosciences: Williams et Jacobs (2004). Examiner l'utilisation du blog comme outil d'apprentissage dans le secteur de l'éducation supérieure

Le blog a été décrit par Hiler (2003) comme "l'application qui tue", parce qu'il a la capacité de produire une activité collaborative (avec les commentaires et les multiples auteurs), de partager le savoir, de réfléchir et de débattre. Certaines universités aux US ont donc commencé à utiliser le blog comme support de leur cours. Les résultats sont plutôt encourageants. Le blog sera-t-il la nouvelle forme d'éducation de demain ?

On connait tous le blog, ou le phénomène du blogging. Ce site lui même est un blog. Si vous êtes sur ce site, c'est que vous connaissez également l'utilisation qui peut en être faite pour le partage du savoir. Une utilisation nouvelle, appréciée et qui s'avère très utile à l'apprentissage.
Le blog existe depuis 1999 (grâce à Blogger, d'ailleurs). Dans le secteur de la transmission de savoirs, il est concurrencé par les wiki, ces sites collaboratifs où chacun peut modifier les pages pour y rajouter de l'information. Mais le wiki a un succès instable, son nombre d'utilisateurs variant tandis que l'utilisation du blog ne fait qu'augmenter (plus d'un million d'utilisateurs en 2004). Tant et si bien que le phénomène inquiète les journalistes, qui voient des amateurs faire leur travail. L'avantage est de pouvoir publier ce qu'on pense vers un large public, ce qui est parfois édifiant et peut produire un effet cathartique sur les connaissances de l'auteur. Les possibilités d'échange autour de ces pensées mises à disposition d'un grand nombre sont aussi importantes que le public qui y a accès. Cela peut sembler un peu "exhibitionniste", mais c'est sans compter le nombre de "voyeuristes" qui trainent sur la toile...


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Defense Mechanisms: Neuroscience Meets Psychoanalysis: Scientific American

Defense Mechanisms: Neuroscience Meets Psychoanalysis: Scientific American | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Suppression and dissociation, two psychoanalytic defense mechanisms, are now studied by modern neuroscience.

Nothing is so difficult as not ­deceiving oneself. 
—Ludwig Wittgenstein

How much of what you consciously experience in your daily life is influenced by hidden unconscious processes? This mystery is one of the many that continue to confound our understanding of ourselves. We do not know how conscious impulses, desires or motives become unconscious or, conversely, how unconscious impulses, desires or motives suddenly become conscious.
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Perception without 'mind' and Merleau-Ponty - an interview with H Dreyfus

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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Andy Clark, 2008, Supersizing the Mind : Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension

Andy Clark, 2008, Supersizing the Mind : Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
When historian Charles Weiner found pages of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman's notes, he saw it as a "record" of Feynman's work. Feynman himself, however, insisted that the notes were not a record but the work itself.

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"Studies of mind, thought and reason have tended to marginalize the role of bodily form, real-world action, and environmental backdrop. In recent years, both in philosophy and cognitive science, this tendency has been identified and, increasingly, resisted. The result is a plethora of work on what has become known as embodied, situated, distributed, and even 'extended' cognition. Work in this new, loosely knit field depicts thought and reason as in some way inextricably tied to the details of our gross bodily form, our habits of action and intervention, and the enabling web of social, cultural, and technological scaffolding in which we live, move, learn, and think. But exactly what kind of link is at issue? And what difference might such a link or links make to our best philosophical, psychological, and computational models of thought and reason? These are among the large unsolved problems in this increasingly popular field".

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Savoirs en multimédia

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Les derniers cours, séminaires, colloques et conférences enregistrées à l'Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris)
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The Oxford Handbook of the Self

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Research on the topic of self has increased significantly in recent years across a number of disciplines, including philosophy, psychology, psychopathology, and neuroscience.

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Portraits en ligne : les musées saisissent la numérisation du moi (Musée Virtuel Canada)

Portraits en ligne : les musées saisissent la numérisation du moi (Musée Virtuel Canada) | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it

 Dans notre monde de plus en plus saturé par les médias, l’industrie tourbillonnante de la technologie des communications ouvre la voie à la numérisation de notre existence même. Musée Virtuel Canada, le 4 janvier 2013.

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A Simple Guide To 4 Complex Learning Theories - Edudemic

A Simple Guide To 4 Complex Learning Theories - Edudemic | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Do you know the actual theories of learning? A learning theory is an attempt to describe how people learn, helping us understand this inherently complex process.
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Une : "Comment Internet modèle notre cerveau" - La Recherche, l'actualité des sciences

Une : "Comment Internet modèle notre cerveau" - La Recherche, l'actualité des sciences | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Le fonctionnement de notre cerveau est modifié par l'utilisation toujours plus intensive d'Internet. Les scientifiques se sont emparés du sujet et La Recherche vous...
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"The Web-Extended Mind", 2012, Metaphilosophy, R. Smart (ed).

"The Web-Extended Mind", 2012, Metaphilosophy, R. Smart (ed). | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it

This article explores the notion of the Web-extended mind, which is the idea that the technological and informational elements of the Web can sometimes serve as part of the mechanistic substrate that realizes human mental states and processes. 


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Gérer son temps : un art de vivre... - Jean-François Dortier, article Sciences humaines

Gérer son temps : un art de vivre... - Jean-François Dortier, article Sciences humaines | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
« Time is money », disait Benjamin Franklin. C’est faux ! Le temps est beaucoup plus précieux que l’argent. Maîtriser son temps, c’est d’abord la liberté de décider de sa vie.
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"La mesure en elle-même est anecdotique, il faut lui donner un sens" | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation

"La mesure en elle-même est anecdotique, il faut lui donner un sens" | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
Pour que l'automesure permette de véritablement en apprendre sur soi, il faut qu'elle devienne un écosystème dans lequel le fait d'enregistrer des mesures n'est qu'un maillon de la chaîne.
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Extended mind and business

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EM finds some currency in the business world. In the work entitled the “Extended Mind” Andy Clark and David Chalmers asked where does the mind stop and the world end? This question led them to ...

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Do thoughts have a language of their own? - opinion - 08 December 2011 - New Scientist

Do thoughts have a language of their own? - opinion - 08 December 2011 - New Scientist | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
What is the relationship between language and thought?
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neuroscience, teaching, psychology and education, Mind, Brain, and Education science)

neuroscience, teaching, psychology and education, Mind, Brain, and Education science) | Sociocognition & TIC | Scoop.it
If the combination of neuroscience, psychology and education (“Mind, Brain, and Education science) is the way we should approach teaching from now on, what exactly are the lessons we can apply to the classroom?
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