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My name is Kiran Johny. My interest is in designing sustainable human learning solutions for complex and emergent problems and domains. This includes: Using insights from complexity science; Designing for self-organization; Using multiple learning-science approaches; Interdisciplinary exploration for ideas and solutions;…Read more here

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ESOLoop: An Entrepreneurship Self-Organization Framework for a Complex, Dynamic and Interconnected world.

Abstract Entrepreneurship is a complex decision domain. It is essential that solutions designed for complex domains like entrepreneurship must consider dynamics of complexity like non-linearity, inter-relatedness, emergent property, etc. Regardless of this, most of the dominant entrepreneurship perspectives still assume that entrepreneurship is the same all over the world. The proposed solutions and methods are … Continue reading ESOLoop: An Entrepreneurship Self-Organization Framework for a Complex, Dynamic and Interconnected world.

A Complex Ecological Worldview Of Entrepreneurship

The right worldview is a necessary precondition for sustainable and effective design. If the world view is reductionist or simplistic, ignoring important unknowns, the design will reflect this weakness. As entrepreneurship is a naturally complex system, it is necessary to study entrepreneurial phenomena by applying the frame of complexity science. Despite this reality, most entrepreneurship … Continue reading A Complex Ecological Worldview Of Entrepreneurship

Problem for Cognitive Load Theory

Previously I have written a critical review post(Link: Constructivism vs Direct Instruction) on the article “Why Minimal Guidance During Instruction Does Not Work: An Analysis of the Failure of Constructivist, Discovery, Problem-Based, Experiential, and Inquiry-Based Teaching BY Paul A. Kirschner, John Sweller & Richard E. Clark. I have also posted a Guy Claxton playlist in which Claxton … Continue reading Problem for Cognitive Load Theory

What should be in a complexity friendly design solution for entrepreneurship

Since entrepreneurship is a complex domain, proposed design solutions must recognize complexity as a core design challenge. It must also consider the disposition and bounded rationality of the decision-making agent in question. I have recently read an article by Herbert A. Simon “Can there be a science of complex systems?” in which he listed 4 … Continue reading What should be in a complexity friendly design solution for entrepreneurship

From Representation to Emergence by Osberg, Biesta and Cilliers

A complexity critic of cognitive reductionism. In the paper “From representation to emergence: complexity’s challenge to the epistemology of schooling” Deborah Osberg, Gert Biesta and Paul Cilliers challenges the ‘spatial epistemology’ of representation by using ideas from complexity. Key takes In this paper they explore possibilities for an alternative ‘temporal’ understanding of knowledge in its … Continue reading From Representation to Emergence by Osberg, Biesta and Cilliers

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