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) 2) World-Centered Education with Gert Biesta(Podcast: Life From Plato's Cave)

Factor markets, actors, and affordances.

This article, "Factor markets, actors, and affordances" by Teppo Felin, Stuart Kauffman, Antonio Mastrogiorgio, Mariano Mastrogiorgio covers a lot of complexity/evolution based ideas that are useful in entrepreneurship and general learning.

Fundamental Limits on Artificial General Intelligence.

This new work "How Organisms Come to Know the World: Fundamental Limits on Artificial General Intelligence(GI)", co-authored by Andrea Roli, Johannes Jaeger and Stuart A. Kauffman, discusses several significant obstacles on this path of General Artificial Intelligence. They points out that general intelligence involves situational reasoning, taking perspectives, choosing goals, and an ability to deal … Continue reading Fundamental Limits on Artificial General Intelligence.

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

A Problem for Cognitive Load Theory: Jan Derry and Brandom’s Inferentialism

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 A Problem for Cognitive Load Theory: Jan Derry and Brandom’s Inferentialism

Neuro-reductionism?But What about cognitive reductionism?

It is very interesting to watch twitter debates between various academic communities. The problem is that if you are already part of a cult, you will never get to enjoy the big picture birds eye view of the show. When it comes to education and learning, two of the prominent communities use the science tag, … Continue reading Neuro-reductionism?But What about cognitive reductionism?

New affordances for learning: The case of post-digital affordances

How do people bump into new affordances for learning. How to find, cultivate, or design new affordances. Another relevant tweet

Difference between Ecological Psychology and Ecological rationality

This is a twitter thread on the difference between Ecological Psychology, which is often identified with Gibson, and Ecological rationality approach, which is developed primarily by people like Gerd Gigerenzer as a response to Heuristics and Bias perspective on human decision making.

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? Other great comments

Reading list on Sports Learning: Constraints-Led Approach, Ecological approchs

Constraints-Led Approach : A constraint-led approach to sport and physical education pedagogy Ian Renshaw &J-Y Chow Ecological Dynamics : The ecological dynamics of decision making in sport(Duarte Araújo, KeithDavids, Robert Hristovski) Chow’s Nonlinear Pedagogy: Nonlinear Pedagogy in Skill Acquisition Wolfgang Schöllhorn's differential learning: Differential Learning @ These reading list was curated from my twitter … Continue reading Reading list on Sports Learning: Constraints-Led Approach, Ecological approchs