Links zum Thema Lernen / Learning
- Robert Anton Wilson rawilsonfans.com (1932-2007) US--amerikanischer Philosoph, Anarchist, agnostischer Mystiker, Bestsellerautor, Der neue Prometheus. Die Evolution unserer Intelligenz, Hugendubel, 1983, Neuauflage August 2003
- Dr. Carla Hannaford, US-amerikanische Biologin, Pädagogin, Fachberaterin, Autor, Bewegung – das Tor zum Lernen (Lernen durch Bewegung), VAK Verlags GmbH, 8. Ausgabe 15. Januar 2013
- Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds And Its Attainment. An Esoteric Spiritualism Initiation, CreateSpace, 2nd edition 23. January 2011
- Portia Nelson (1920-2001) US American singer, composer, painter, photographer, actress, lyricist, writer excerpted from her autobiography There's a Hole in My Sidewalk. The Romance of Self-Discovery, Autobiography in five short chapters, Popular Library, 1977, Beyond Words Publishing, 35th anniversary edition 21. February 2012
- Carla Hannaford, Ph.D., US American professor of biology, educator, consultant, author, Smart Moves. Why Learning Is Not All In Your Head, Great River Books, 1995, revised 2nd edition 23. June 2005, 3rd edition 18. September 2007
- Carla Hannaford, Ph.D., US American professor of biology, educator, consultant, author, The Dominance Factor. How Knowing Your Dominant Eye, Ear, Brain, Hand, & Foot Can Improve Your Learning, 1997
- Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker since 1996, author, The Tipping Point. How Little Things Make a Big Difference, Back Bay Books, 7. January 2000
- James E. Zull, Ph.D., US American professor of biology and biochemistry, director of The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE), Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, author, The Art of Changing the Brain. Enriching the Practice of Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning, Stylus Publishing, Arlington, Virginia, 1st edition 31. October 2002
- Howard Gardner, Ph.D. howardgardner.com (*1943) US American assistant professor of developmental psychology, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Changing Minds. The Art and Science of Changing Our Own and Other People's Minds, Harvard Business School Press, 1st edition 1. March 2004
- Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker since 1996, author, Blink. The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, 2005
- Howard Gardner, Ph.D. howardgardner.com (*1943) US American assistant professor of developmental psychology, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Five Minds for the Future, Google book, 1st edition 30. April 2007, Harvard Business School Press, 1. February 2009
- Carla Hannaford, Ph.D., US American professor of biology, educator, author, Playing in the Unified Field. Raising and Becoming Conscious, Creative Human Beings, Great River Books, 1st edition 1. March 2010
- Martin Nowak, Ph.D. (*1965) Austrian professor of biology and mathematics, director of the program for evolutionary dynamics, Harvard University, Roger Highfield, British science editor, director of external affairs, Science Museum Group, author, SuperCooperators. Altruism, Evolution, and Why We Need Each Other to Succeed, Free Press, reprint, 27. March 2012
Book Review by David Sloan Wilson
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- James E. Zull, Ph.D., US American professor of biology and biochemistry, director of The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE), Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, author, The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching teaching by exploring the biology of learning, PowerPoint PPT, date unknown
- Quizlet flashcard set Child Development/Developmental Milestones, chapter 2, BrittanyLaineW, date unknown
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Störungen versus Wertemuster als Kooperationsbasis, Erzeugung mentaler Welten. Eine gemeinsame Kultur ist die notwendige Grundlage eines erfolgreichen Lernprozesses in Unternehmen.
"Corporate Learning erfordert eine Professionalisierung von Lernstrukturen, die normalerweise von allein passieren."
- Videointerview mit Prof. Dr. Peter Kruse (1955-2015) deutscher Honorarprofessor für Allgemeine und Organisationspsychologie, Universität Bremen, Psychologe, Netzwerkforscher zur Komplexitätsverarbeitung in intelligenten Netzwerken und kohärenter Musterbildung, Geschäftsführer von Nextpractice, Unternehmensberater, 05 Wie reagieren Menschen auf wachsende Komplexität?, YouTube Film, 5:13 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 25. März 2008
Trial and error, Ausblenden, Trivialisieren, Rationale Reduktion, Basis der Intuition, Unterschiede zwischen komplizierten und komplexen Systemen, Musterbildung, notwendige lange Lerngeschichte am Rand der Überforderung, die zur verlässlichen Intuition führen.
Vor-Ort Experimente in Neu Delhi, Indien, Südafrika und Italien ermöglichten Slum- und Schulkindern den selbstbestimmten Zugriff auf das Internet. Die Lernergebnisse können die gegenwärtige Auffassung von Unterricht revolutionieren.
"Bildung [Erziehung] ist ein selbstgesteuertes System, in dem Lernen ein emergentes Phänomen ist." Minute 16:29
Herkömmliche Resoucennutzungstrategien stehen dem natürlichen Lernen, der Potentialentfaltung, im Weg und vergrößern Probleme.
BeGeisterung, GeSinnung und Ge(lassen)Haltung bilden Zukunft, indem sie in Kindern, Jugendlichen, Mitarbeitern SINNPotential entfalten.
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- Video presentation by Daniel Pink danpink.com (*1964) US American bestselling visionary author, motivational speaker, chief speech writer of US vice president Al Gore (1995-1997), How Half Your Brain Can Save Your Job, sponored by The Library of Economics and Liberty ECONTALK, host and interviewer Russ Roberts, 1:07:13 duration, mp3 format, 11. June 2007
- Video presentation by Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker since 1996, author, Genius: 2012, location 2012: Stories from the Near Future conference, sponsored by the New Yorker magazine, Video Newyorker.com, introduced by David Remnick, host Henry Finder, 7. May 2007
Discussing the importance of stubbornness and collaboration in problem-solving, the 10,000 hours of practice to master any challenge, example given by role model Andrew Wiles
- Video interview with Paul R. Scheele, US American expert on learning, author, co-founder of Learning Strategies Corporation, developer of programs PhotoReading, Natural Brilliance, Genius Code, Abundance for Life, the Paraliminals, Natural Brilliance!, presented by US American Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, host Regina Meredith, 56:15 minutes duration, August 2007 Subject to fee
Tapping the 90% dormant regions of the mind
"You are brilliant beyond your imagination!"
- Video presentation by Daniel Pink danpink.com (*1964) US American bestselling visionary author, motivational speaker, chief speech writer of US vice president Al Gore (1995-1997), Dan Pink über die überraschende Wissenschaft der Motivation [The puzzle of motivation], sponored by TEDGlobal 2009, 18:36 minutes duration, filmed July 2009, posted August 2009
- Video presentation by Sir Ken Robinson (*1950) British professor of arts education, University of Warwick (1989-2001), director of The Arts in Schools Project (1985-1989), international advisor on education, speaker, author, Bring on the learning revolution!, presented by TED Talks, 17:57 minutes duration, filmed February 2010, posted May 2010
- Video presentation by Sugata Mitra, Ph.D. (*1952) Indian polymath, professor of educational technology, School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, England, The child-driven education, presented by TED Talks, 17:14 minutes duration, filmed July 2010, posted September 2010
A series of real-life experiments in New Delhi, India, South Africa and Italy presented kids with self-supervised access to the Internet. The results could revolutionize the current teaching style.
"Education is a self-organizing system where learning is an emergent phenomenon." Minute 16:29
- Video RSA Animate presentation by Sir Ken Robinson (*1950) British professor of arts education, University of Warwick (1989-2001), international advisor on education, director of The Arts in Schools Project (1985-1989), speaker, author, Changing education paradigms, presented by TED Talks, 11:40 minutes duration, recorded October 2010, posted December 2010
Divergent thinking study (seeing multiple answers to interperting a question); link between three troubling trends: 1. rising drop-out rates, 2. schools' dwindling stake in the arts, 3. ADHD
- Video presentation by and panel dialog with Martin Nowak, Ph.D. (*1965) Austrian professor of biology and mathematics, director of the program for evolutionary dynamics, Harvard University, Supercooperators: The mathematics of evolution, altruism and human behaviour, presented by RSA Animate RSA Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, moderator Jonathan Rowson, YouTube film, 26:52 minutes duration, posted 12. May 2011
Explaining the Prisoner's dilemma: Cooperation and altruism fit into the larger evolutionary puzzle.
- Video presentation by Bill Nye [Science Guy] (*1955) US American scientist, science educator, television host, actor, comedian, writer, The School of the Future, presented by Big Think, 2:01 minutes duration, posted 24. May 2012
- Vimeo video presentation by Matthew Lieberman, Ph.D. (*1970) US American professor of social cognitive neuroscience (SCN), lab director of department of psychology, psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, UCLA, Getting the Word Out: The Neuroscience for Persuasion and Creating Buzz, sponsored by Neuro Leadership Summit 2012, New York City, 17. October 2012, 59:02 minutes duration, posted 16. August 2013
- Educational documentary The Future of Learning, presented by Ericsson – Networked Society, YouTube film, 20:17 minutes duration, posted 19. October 2012
"Knowing something is probably an obsolete idea. You don't actually need to know anything, you can find out at the point when you need to know it. It's the teacher's job to point young minds towards the right kind of question. A teacher doesn't need to give any answers, because answers are everywhere. And we know now from years of measurements that learners who find the answers for themselves retain it better than if they're told the answer." Sugata Mitra, Minute 3:50
"Learning prepares you to cope with the surprises, education prepares you to cope with certainty. There is no certainty." Stephen Heppell, Minute 12:05
"So let me explain how revolutions work. Revolutions destroy the perfect and then they enable the impossible. They never go from everything is good to everything is good. There is a lot of noise in the middle. If we look at the music business; first it destroyed the record label business, the Internet. And only now is it enabling independent musicians to get heard." Seth Godin, Minute 17:21
"Education tends to move in stairstep functions, in terms of change, so when it does change, it explosively changes. The move from pre-printing press to post-printing press is a one-time transition in history of the world, in terms of education. Online education is going to be like that as well. And we want to make sure that, as a species, the human species gets it right." Jose Ferreira, MBA, Minute 17:43
- Video presentation by Sir Ken Robinson (*1950) British professor of arts education, University of Warwick (1989-2001), director of The Arts in Schools Project (1985-1989), international advisor on education, speaker, author, How to escape education's death valley, presented by TED Talks, New York City, 19:11 minutes duration, filmed April 2013, posted May 2013
- Video presentation by Daphne Koller (*1968) Israeli-American professor of computer science, Stanford University, MacArthur Fellowship recipient, co-founder of online education platform Coursera, What We're Learning From Online Education ["Was wir vom Online-Lernen lernen"], presented by TED Global 2012, 20:41 minutes duration, filmed June 2012, posted August 2012
- Video presentation by Douglas Thomas, Ph.D. (*1966) US American associate professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, cultural historian, journalist, author, A New Culture of Learning, presented in Learning 2030, TVO's special series, filmed by Canadian TV station TVO, Ontario, program BIG Ideas, communitechhub, kitchener, 28. October 2012, YouTube film, 56:18 minutes duration, posted 9. November 2012
Intersections of technology, culture and education
- Video presentation by Gabor Maté, M.D. drgabormate.com (*1944) Hungarian-Canadian physician, addiction expert, speaker, author, From Emotion to Cognition: Love As The Ground For Learning, presented at Neuroplasticity and Education: Strengthening the Connection conference, sponsored by the Eaton Educational Group, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 25. October 2013, YouTube film, 40:29 minutes duration, posted 4. November 2013
Three fundamental responses to the environment: 1. Reptilian brain: Freeze response; 2. Mammalian brain: Fight-or-flight response; 3. Higher mammalian brain – given emotional safety: Social engagement response
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School in Queensland, Australia, informing parents on options regarding complaints