Category Archives: Inquiry

A potential way of enquiry into human curiosity

A powerful search for ‘curiosity’ or its related topics at the online American Psychological Association PsycNET database will produce comparatively disappointing meagreness of the resource. This reflects our scanty knowledge in this field though curiosity is widely recognized as one … Continue reading

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Curiosity-based learning (CBL) program

Read Read also: Curiosity-based learning – presentation   This paper describes a series of experiential educational exercises developed to better engage and more effectively educate master degree students in the necessary foundation skills that comprise a true scholar. It was … Continue reading

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Reivindicando a Célestin Freinet en la escuela 2.0

Reivindicando a Célestin Freinet en la escuela 2.0   En este vídeo Segundo Fidalgo, maestro del CEIP San Félix de Candás (Asturias) reivindica, en esta ponencia que presentó hace poco en unas jornadas del CPR de Avilés, el legado de … Continue reading

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From Complexity to Emergence and beyond – Towards empirical non-foundationalism as a guide to inquiry

Viewer Emergence can be seen part of a continuing history of progressively increasing sophistication at inquiry, scientific and otherwise. Here I use my own career path as a way of showing how the emergence framework grew from and extended the … Continue reading

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From Complexity to Emergence and Beyond: Towards Empirical Non-Foundationalism as a Guide for Inquiry

Read with the Issuu viewer Emergence can be seen part of a continuing history of progressively increasing sophistication at inquiry, scientific and otherwise. Here I use my own career path as a way of showing how the emergence framework grew … Continue reading

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