Month: September 2020
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on creativity and its embeddedness with environment.
"Creativity must, in the last analysis, be seen not as something happening within a person but in the relationships within a system" "An idea or product that deserves the label creative arises from the synergy of many sources and not only from the mind of a single person. It is easier to enhance creativity by changing conditions … Continue reading Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on creativity and its embeddedness with environment.
How to implement feedback literacy in complex Non or Less repeatable emergent domains like Entrepreneurship
How can one implement feedback literacy in complex non or less repeatable emergent domains like Entrepreneurship. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1306512765121560576 https://twitter.com/CarlessDavid/status/1306525912821710850?s=20
The logic of exploitation Vs logic of exploration.
The logic of exploitation(CAT, GRE, etc.) is given primacy to select someone to work for logic of exploration(Research). Given the fact that the former task can be done better by computers, I don't know about the relevance of its continued glamourification in the future. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1306231813266833409?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1306233644986429441?s=20
Kishore Mahbubani talks about his book “Has China Won?”
Three things which i find interesting about this interview: American decline after Ronald Reagan era structural change: Half the American population have a declining standard of living since 1989 . US at the same time is living under the delusional ideological certainty (American Exceptionalism) that when a thriving democracy takes-on a geopolitical struggle against a … Continue reading Kishore Mahbubani talks about his book “Has China Won?”
Henning Beck: A great ted talk about Human Thinking VS Algorithmic Thinking
"Many people think that it is important now a days to work harder, faster, and more efficient to solve problems,but that's exactly what machines can do. Every efficient procedure will be replaced by algorithms eventually. Henning Beck https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1305261194219933697?s=20
Creative and resource constraints
In entrepreneurship creative (resource) constraints manifest into Entrepreneurial Bricolage. ( Levi Strauss,Ted Baker and Reed Nelson). Some aspects of Clayton Christensen's disruptive innovation also points to constraints lead choice leading to industry disruption. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1304338643977342979?s=20
Value Lab: A toolkit proposed as an alternative to Lean Startup.
Value Lab is a research-based tool for Entrepreneurship decision making . It offers a scientific, experiment-oriented, practical approach to value creation. It is designed to be used in the classroom, in startup training or coaching, strategy consulting and other such settings. Value Lab provides the scaffolding for startups and companies to develop their own, unique strategy. https://twitter.com/teppofelin/status/1306641223751405568 https://twitter.com/emollick/status/1303694915701018626
Offloading information to an external memory: Good or bad
I really think the relevancy of memorization based educational practices need more scientific investigation. How much can and should we remember in a dynamic and information-abundant-world should be investigated. How much fundamentally transient information should we remember. ? Who get to decide ?(Blind man leading blind man?) I think the cognitive view totally ignores human … Continue reading Offloading information to an external memory: Good or bad
Human Agency, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations
Schools have a special power (role in) to wipe-out all elements of intrinsic motivation by bringing carrots and sticks to the equation. Because, that is one way they keep perpetuating in relevance.. I think this (Killing intrinsic motivation) is the wrong way to stay relevant. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1303973306140295168?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1303975971502977025?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1303983347949953024?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1303984150878199809?s=20
Self-Control, Marshmallow, Replication Crisis
Your fate cannot be determined solely by a test of your ability at age 5 to resist the temptation of one marshmallow for 15 minutes to get two marshmallows( Article) https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1303218012720308227?s=20
Richard J Arend and Critic of Effectuation +: A reading list.
In their 2015 paper "Effectuation As Ineffectual? Applying the 3E Theory-Assessment Framework to a Proposed New Theory of Entrepreneurship" authors Richard J. Arend, Hessamoddin Sarooghi and Andrew Burkemper argues that Effectuation theory lacks the foundation of sufficient empirical testing and critical analysis. This prompted a response from Effectual school, Stuart Read, Saras D. Sarasvathy, Nicholas … Continue reading Richard J Arend and Critic of Effectuation +: A reading list.
The dynamics of Athletic(player) Affordances and my thoughts
A question from @EMERGENTMVMT : What should we do when an athlete is not accepting an affordance we believe exists for him/her within a particular contextual movement problem? https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1301226089159643136?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1301239643396997122?s=20 Other great comments https://twitter.com/Marianne_D1/status/1301558694279368711?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1301230286051487744?s=20
New study: No advantage in learning to read from age five.
Dr Sebastian Suggate of University of Otago has uncovered for the first time quantitative evidence that teaching children to read from age five is not likely to make that child any more successful at reading than a child who learns reading later, from age seven. Click here to read the LINK https://twitter.com/damien_page/status/1301259239483215873?s=20 https://twitter.com/lingosteve/status/1301339238550482944?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1301462634529611776?s=20
Jerome Bruner on Meritocracy
Quote "A meritocracy, however, implies a system of competition in which students are moved ahead and given further opportunities on the basis of their achievement, with position in later life increasingly and irreversibly determined by earlier school records. Not only later educational opportunities but subsequent job opportunities become increasingly fixed by earlier school performance. The … Continue reading Jerome Bruner on Meritocracy