Tag Archives: CritLit2010

Learning from Social Network

Regarding to the topic of Openess or Closeness of Education posted by John Mak today on Facebook I found a connection with the topic of an interesting book called “Learning Network Services for Professional Development” By Rob Koper that  Giorgio … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 | Serendipity, a way of thinking?

I would like to reflect about the concept of serendipity phenomena in a not scientific way. That is because there is a neuroscience matter and it is out of my domain. Here is a project “Serendip” which is more connected … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 final reflections

At the end of the course, I would like to return and close the matter of  semantic language, the cultural dimension as a matter of “linguistic relativity”. Different in interpretation of the world are based on linguistic differences, but rather … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 reflections – fifth week

CONTEXT “We live in a complex and fast time in a hundred new and different in the beginning of a time you will see the biggest changes in the history of mankind”. This is the way Manuel Castells interprets the … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 reflections – third week

Pragmatics Managing connectivity on #CritLit2010 When connecting on CritLit2010 course I have to manage information in order to “be connected”, follow and participate on conversations. On this experience I am thankful to Steve Mackenzie who made me suggestions about his … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 | Critical thinking: some of the principles

I found some interesting ideas from a video “Critical Thinking” that I connect with Critical Literacies. Critical thinking skills are about: analyzing conceptualizing defining examining listening inferring questioning reasoning synthesizing All the competences above contribute to evaluate information and to … Continue reading

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#CritLit2010 reflections – second week

(1) Change…(part 2) There are times when we identify a need for a new different idea, new plans or a situation of change. This requires  accept that we need to move from the comfort place and accepted ideas to another … Continue reading

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