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Thinking About A Lack Of Thinking

Thinking About A Lack Of Thinking | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it

Thinking..is there enough thinking by students, teachers, administrators and policy makers in education? Grant Wiggins states "We know more but are oddly increasingly? - thoughtless. Why?"

The post makes it clear that how we understand definitions of a number of terms is critical. After a discussion on words thoughtful and thoughtless the post is split into the following sections:

* What is Thoughtfulness?

* A Common Thoughtless Comment

* Thinking About Our Continued Thoughtlessness

This article was the first of three posts. The second post can be found at

http://grantwiggins.wordpress.com/2012/09/14/thoughtlessness-part-2/. The third post in the series may be accessed at Wiggins website. It is called Grit, character and academic success: thoughtlessness, part 3.


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Creativity and IQ, Part I: What Is Divergent Thinking? How Is It Helped by...

Creativity and IQ, Part I: What Is Divergent Thinking? How Is It Helped by... | Technology in Art And Education | Scoop.it

The first of a two part series, this post explores "the creative prociess and how your IQ level is critical in this process." Sections include "left brain vs right brain and creativity...convergent thinking and divergent thinking...free association theory of creativity...left brain right brain re-visited: convergent and divergent...what is creative inspriation? Unfocused and unconscious...sleep and creativity...humor and creativity..." and more.

The second post will look at "IQ level and working memory capacity."


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