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neopsychedelic

a mind-manifesting consciousness-expansion through emergent properties of social groups is the neopsychedelic movement

TARAdactyl’s Teaching » Discussion Questions – Literature Circle … – 3) Gee says, Given such understanding, everybody would pass the test and we couldn’t fail half the class and reward a small set of winners,’ people who can repeat back verbal details they remember well when they don’t fully understand them in any practical way. 7) Lorsbach and Tobin discuss the idea that constructivism may be uncomfortable for students, as well as teachers, because they are not used to the teacher having that role. I see constructivism as being a theory that’s supposed to apply to all people.

combined entry: my final thoughts on our inquiry project, and gee … – i don’t know if there was a specific event that was the most significant for learning and growth, but rather it was an accumulation of small instances which had the largest effect on my thinking. it was during our testing out on the …

Joystick101 » Why people pirate games – By Alex Games on 24 August 2008 (Design, Discussion, Politics, Uncategorized). Yo ho ho ho! Today on slashdot I found a super interesting article that reports about a british game company called Positech Games, (which by the way makes …

narrative and projective identity work – have been thinking about real, virtual and projective identity. reconsidered the thought that the ‘direction’ of projective identity is from real to virtual. now, i don’t think it was meant to be seen in this way. …

Questions about Gee: What is a projective identity and how have … – Projective identity is when your real life identity leaks into your virtual identity. The example he used was that he was very religious, and he refused to do any actions against his religion, even in the game. …

NMLWhitePaper Participatory Culture Henry Jenkins – Cultura participativa. Henry Jenkins cibercultura cultura participación interactividad henryjenkins … We respect your privacy and won’t send any unnecessary …

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