“Interpretations of embodied cognition” By Shaun Gallagher

The concept of embodied cognition is not a settled one and has different interpretations and approaches among theorists. These range from radical embodiment to minimal embodiment, with various positions in between. Different perspectives, such as enactive, embedded, and extended or distributed cognition, are associated with the study of cognition and embodiment. There is no strong … Continue reading “Interpretations of embodied cognition” By Shaun Gallagher

Problems with Entrepreneurship Mindset

The concept of the Entrepreneurship Mindset has gained significant attention in recent years, especially because of the work by people in self-help/success-guru industries and also independently in the field of entrepreneurship education. However, there are concerns regarding the validity and applicability of this concept in real-world contexts. This post is about a critical examination of … Continue reading Problems with Entrepreneurship Mindset

Metastability in Dynamical systems

Enabling constraints are metastable. This means, it can jump back and forth from seemingly contradictory states like equilibrium/chaos, linier/non-linier, etc. This was clearly articulated by Scott Kelso as following; "When you go into the metastable regime, you see that you actually have a bunch of complementary pairs: individual and collective, parts and wholes, segregation and … Continue reading Metastability in Dynamical systems

Collaborative learning

Collaborative learning is an educational approach to learning in which groups of learners works together in the learning process. It emphasizes group work and interaction among students to foster deeper understanding and learning. Following are a list of Interesting articles shared by @EdPsychJournal; Coordinated Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: Awareness and Awareness Tools by Jeroen Janssen & … Continue reading Collaborative learning

Anthony Chemero talks about 4E and Radically embodied cognitive science(playlist)

Anthony Chemero's radically embodied cognitive science challenges traditional cognitive science approaches by emphasizing the importance of the body and its interaction with the environment in understanding cognition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FsZkfanlIM&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOBywaG1T18&ab_channel=ENSOSeminarSeries

Effectual Self-Organization(Reposted): Could it be a mindful praxis for self-organization

In the last few posts, I have been developing the idea of effectuation as a self-organization principle against the idea of expertise acquired by entrepreneurs via experience and deliberate practice. Following are two blog posts in which I have elaborated my thoughts. Why expertise theory of effectuation is flawed?; Here I argue why expertise framing of effectuation … Continue reading Effectual Self-Organization(Reposted): Could it be a mindful praxis for self-organization

World-Centered Education with Gert Biesta: Video playlist

1) A World Centered Education: A View for the Present' by Professor Gert Biesta(University of South Australia) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7n02xPFIiEY&ab_channel=UniversityofSouthAustralia 2) World-Centered Education with Gert Biesta(Podcast: Life From Plato's Cave) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvGsOG2lb4M&ab_channel=LifeFromPlato%27sCave https://twitter.com/mlackeus/status/1612295802247856129?s=20

Age and High-Growth Entrepreneurship

In the article titled "Age and High-Growth Entrepreneurship" (written by Pierre Azoulay, Benjamin F. Jones, J. Daniel Kim, and Javier Miranda), the authors examine the relationship between age and entrepreneurial success using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Contrary to popular belief, the study finds that successful entrepreneurs are typically middle-aged rather than young. The … Continue reading Age and High-Growth Entrepreneurship

Article: A Dynamic Systems Theory approach to second language acquisition

This article (A Dynamic Systems Theory approach to second language acquisition) proposes Dynamic Systems Theory as a potential overarching theory for language development. Authors (Kees de Bot, Wander Lowie, and Marjolijn Verspoor) argues that language can be viewed as a dynamic system, where variables interact over time, and language development is seen as a dynamic … Continue reading Article: A Dynamic Systems Theory approach to second language acquisition

Schools are not labs: Questioning the blind use of Evidence based approach in Education(Video)

In recent years, there has been a growing call to educators to embrace an "evidence-based" approach, branding it as the science of learning. Teachers have been under significant pressure to incorporate ideas generated from experimental methodologies and randomized control trials from the laboratory settings to determine the effectiveness of educational practices. However, it is important … Continue reading Schools are not labs: Questioning the blind use of Evidence based approach in Education(Video)

Pragmatic Turn And Entrepreneurship: Part two

In my previous post, "Pragmatic Turn and Entrepreneurship: Part One," I provided an overview of the recent development of the Pragmatic Turn in the domain of entrepreneurship. In this post, I will discuss some of my thoughts on the current status of the Pragmatic Turn project in entrepreneurship. The pragmatic turn in entrepreneurship has begun with scholarly … Continue reading Pragmatic Turn And Entrepreneurship: Part two