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Both modes of thinking are equally valuable, but it’s the harmony between them which matters. It’s about combining creativity with execution. This is the key takeaway! You can download it here. Professor and former Knowledge Project Podcast guest, Barbara Oakley, is credited with popularizing the concept of focused and diffuse forms of thinking. In A Mind … Continue reading Focused and Diffuse: Two Modes of #Thinking
I am focused on learning, I am not entirely convinced what constitutes the "right way" to assess learning. I think it could related to a recall of key concepts. Keeping the class interactively engaged is another idea. The study, involving Harvard University undergraduates in large, introductory physics classes, compared students' self reports about what they'd … Continue reading #Study: How smooth-talking professors can lull students into thinking they’ve learned more than they have