Learning What to Ignore

Learning What to Ignore

Connecting Multidiscipline Content and Process

eBook - 2013
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Some things are not important to you, and you should ignore them, at least that is what Pritscher (philosophy of education emeritus, Bowling Green U.) maintains. He examines the amount and type of information we receive, and has determined that we only really need so much data; the rest is usually only important to the generator of the data. He examines "mindicide" (filling up your mind with too much unnecessary information), structure and structuring, wisdom and freedom, mistakes and their origin, "Kaplearning" (Kaplan learning) as a way to sort out the clutter, Kaplearning and awareness, and endings as beginnings. Annotation ©2014 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Publisher: Rotterdam : SensePublishers, ©2013
ISBN: 9781299702486
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