Over the years our family has developed a mini-tradition conversation between student and teacher pdf creating short videos to celebrate the new year. These videos are short, always typographical, and usually incorporate some kind of a visual illusion. How does this work and how did we do it? An Optical Illusion You’ll Swear Is Moving.
Borovets, Bulgaria, on September 18-20, 2017. Information Technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria, and the Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development. Rethinking learning in a digital age. That final report is embedded below.
Pangaro has a rich, multi-dimensional background that allows him to provide a nuanced and unique perspective. Pangaro highlighted several themes that characterize his current work and perspective on creativity. A Cybernetic Perspective on Design and Creativity: a Conversation with Dr. I have ever been part of.
We worked with 124 Chicago Public School STEM educators over three years, in an effort to develop their teaching and leadership in the STEM areas. Research on educational programs faces a fundamental and essential tension. By definition, research tends to be driven by specific theoretical frameworks and research questions, generating their strength from this specificity and narrowness of vision. But educational researchers also understand that there is much more to the project or activity than was or could be captured by one study. Any article that seeks to provide an overview of the project provides breadth but lacks depth and specificity.
We believe that this special issue provides the right balance between breadth and depth—by allowing us to construct a richer description of a teacher professional development program through ve articles, each of which use different lenses. It is through these articles that some of the richness of the project can be captured and presented to readers. Below are the titles and references of all the articles in the special issue, as well as a link to the pdf of the introductory article . WHEN should we do it? Here is a visual representation of the same idea that I created while at a meeting the other day.
Design in the real world. This is the first class I am teaching here after coming to ASU and it is exciting to back in with students engaged in discussions about design, technology, and its role in our lives as educators. What I want to share below are three podcasts created by the participants in the class. The task was to review a book around design. Below are the three books and the audio files. As always, thanks to Judi Harris for all the work that goes into this. This chapter, published back in 1998, focused on the cognitive science of science.
I realized today that I had not uploaded this article onto my website. So, better late than never, here it is. The cognitive science of science studies the cognitive processes involved in carrying out science: How do scientists reason? How do scientists develop new theories?