The brain and illusions
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The brain and illusions
What can illusions teach us about the brain?
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Dunning-Kruger and the curse of knowledge

Dunning-Kruger and the curse of knowledge | The brain and illusions | Scoop.it
The Dunning-Kruger effect is a cognitive bias where a relatively unskilled individual overestimates his level of skill within a particular area. It is thought to arise because the individual lacks the knowledge needed for accurate calibration. If you don't know what an expert performance looks like then you won't realise that you are lacking that expertise.…
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Applying the Dunning-Kruger effect to teaching and learning.

 

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An optical illusion as a lesson starter - Teaching with Tech - Darwin's Bulldog

An optical illusion as a lesson starter - Teaching with Tech - Darwin's Bulldog | The brain and illusions | Scoop.it

How might we use this illusion in lessons? I can think of a few possibilities:

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