Visar inlägg från februari, 2022

How do we learn?

As a manager , an agile coach or even as a teacher - it´s good to know how we humans learn.  Forney ISD has created a short video explaining it - introduced like this: The human brain is the most incredibly complex thing that we have ever studied. Join us as we take a look inside the brain to see how it´s creating brain-compatible learning experiences for our students. Some key conceptz: How we learn Each person should have a safe risk free learning environment Learning should be : relevant meaningful enjoyable New information Cognitive conflict Long-term memory Self-reflection Active learning Intrinsic motivation : Autonomy Connection Mastery => Flow Enjoy the six minutes animated video from Forney focus via Youtube, it´s magical! Please also look into this short amazing video giving us a summary of the book "Made to stick" by Chip Heath and Dan Heath:

"Everything is connected" - TedxTaipei

How is everything connected? Tom Chi gives his explanation from a scientific perspective at  TedxTaipei  - this talk gives you something to reflect upon... My e X 4 ma T ! ve summary: Heart The iron atom in our hemoglobin is there to bind oxygen and move that through our circulatory system. 100 000 galaxies swirling together in a gravitational dance, drives the process of galaxies colliding, which drive massive star formation, which drive the process of creating the iron that courses through each one of our veins with every heartbeat. Breath Cyanobacteria has been around for 3 Billion Years performing what we call " photosynthesis " (transform carbon dioxide into oxygen). 900 Million years ago, oxygen start to build up in the atmosphere and about 600 Million years ago, the ozone layer forms which is needed in order to sustain complex, multicellular life. Also, the first plants got onto land.  The descendants to the cyanobacteria were eventually captured by plants and are