Monthly Archives: July 2014

Being a Hippie Changes Something

This schema comes from a Tumblr blog. I discovered it via a Google image search. I discovered this graphic via Google image search. I put them together. There is no reason to take a schema seriously if its context is … Continue reading

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Periodic Table – a web side street

Periodic Videos h/t Web 2.0 Tools Based on Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

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Why Do Fallibilists and Nominalists Have Anything to Say At All?

fallibilism The basic idea: we can know things which are not entailed or guaranteed to be true by our evidence / reasons. Fallibilism gives us a response to Unger-style certainty skepticism: fallibilists can say that knowledge is com- patible with … Continue reading

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Meta Plus Recursion (and a topos for truthiness)

The idea of a universally shared source of truth called ‘reason’ or ‘human nature’ is, for us pragmatists, just the idea that such discussion ought to be capable of being made conclusive. We see this idea as a misleading way … Continue reading

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More Bloomin’

Following on the post from two days ago, here is a reconfiguration of a learning taxonomy that also elaborates internet modalities and marks them to Bloom’s hierarchy. This comes from–was purloined from–a great page at the web site for Chambersburg, … Continue reading

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Bloomin’, if you cannot beat ’em, take a closer look

The Padagogy Wheel v.3.0 pdf from Allan Carrington‘s blog The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach Integrate iPads Into Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy With This ‘Padagogy Wheel’ SAMR: The Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Model offers a method … Continue reading

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New URL for Symmetry-Hypotheses

On July 2 I publicized the new Tumblr site for barely washed results from the symmetry section of the visual lab. Soon enough I realized the title of the Tumblr blog and the URL were not in alignment. I cast … Continue reading

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Its quaint events were hammered out

Anon, to sudden silence won, In fancy they pursue The dream-child moving through a land Of wonders wild and new, In friendly chat with bird or beast– And half believe it true. And ever, as the story drained The wells … Continue reading

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The McGurk Effect

Communications Cache | Videos On my own behalf, I did hear the utterance correctly.

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Chiara Lubich Reformulated for Public Libraries

“And the answer to the learning vocation is above all an act of brotherhood. Indeed, one does not enter this field only to solve a problem, but if it acts on behalf of the interest of the community, wishing her … Continue reading

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Eyes Have It

O dear friend, I am bound to you through friendship. Wherever you may step, I am the ground for you. In the creed of loverhood it is never allowed That I should see the world through you and not see … Continue reading

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You’ve Been Warned

Kali was first manifested when the Goddess Parvati knitted her brows in fury when the demon, Daruka, threatened the Gods. It was then that the three-eyed Kali first sprang forth from Parvati, fully armed, and immediately putting an end to … Continue reading

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Refraction

Beyond Reflection Through an Academic Lens: Refraction and International Experiential Education Monica Pagano, Loyola Marymount University, Laura Roselle Elon University [ERIC] We introduce “refraction” as the transformative learning process that helps students understand and identify the intermediate processes of learning … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Destiny

“There is no such thing as an omen. Destiny does not send us heralds. She is too wise or too cruel for that.” Oscar Wilde A Story about Choice and Fate or Destiny — or choosing one fate for another … Continue reading

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Thinking About Tomorrow

As Nasrudin and a friend walked, it suddenly began raining hard. The friend noticed that Nasrudin was carrying an umbrella, and said, “Open your umbrella to prevent us from getting soaked.” “No,” said Nasrudin, “that won’t do us much good. This … Continue reading

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Typological Shifting

I recently did a short version free MBTI. It showed by Feeling function slipping into Thinking by 1%. In addition, my Extroversion was barely captured–so it would seem. However, I am an extroverted feeling type. The tendency to separate the opposites … Continue reading

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Mirroring NASA Galactic Photos

Carina Nebula Vertical symmetry. I recently had reason to do a lot of searching in PD image resources. Because I have a good idea of what makes for good source material for adding to my symmetry series of visual experiments, … Continue reading

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Tumblr Site for Symmetry Series

  I created a tumblr for my symmetry and mirroring visual experiments, Symmetry-hypothesis. The main gallery of experiments my naive art will receive the best of my symmetry and other visual experiments, while the tumblr will receive symmetry-focused rejects, works-in-progress, … Continue reading

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