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Connecting 2 the World: Is constructing knowledge based on analysis a work literacy skill?

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Is constructing knowledge based on analysis a work literacy skill? The idea came to me, as I was reading, that I could use the framework presented in the book to help develop analytical skills in my students and to help them to learn to construct knowledge from data by: learning how to collect relevant data. Imagine giving workers this tool in knowledge work. However, just by skimming the chapter, I perceive this as a way to reflect and document the knowledge creation process. Is constructing knowledge based on analysis a work. Ka kite.

Connecting 2 the World: Developing "mind velco"

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and they presented some information on some of the research that has been coming out of brain scans. It is important to 1) change fossilized skills that are built on a lower level of learning, 2) create experiences that require adults to look at the assumptions (velcro) that is the basis for their learning, and 3) push adults to recognize there may be gaps in their understanding (not what they learned but how they came to make meaning of the content) that may require a new adult perspective at fundamental skills (such as knowledge, writing, analysis, arithmetic, communication).

Connecting 2 the World: Writing forces learning

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In reading Tony Karrers presentation handout I came across the phrase "writing forces learning". While I think the context of this was about blogging, the presentation was about group learning. Tacit Knowledge So how does writing (especially collaborative writing) help create learning (especially in non-academic environments)? According to Kolb, much of what we experience leads to a type of knowledge he identified as "apprehensive". Explicit Knowledge Most of the knowledge that is valued in our culture is explicit knowledge (what Kolb calls comprehensive knowledge).

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