story telling

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 6

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 6

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 5

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 5

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 4

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 4

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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Originalty: A Figment of Our Imagination

Tyler Garber

Professor Dalke

Non-fictional Prose

17 September 2010 

Originality: A Figment of Our Imagination

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Why Lie?

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 3

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 3

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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"She's a woman": "Fact" or ... ?

Biology in Society Senior Seminar

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 3:
"She's a woman": "Fact" or ... ?

  • Are "woman" and "man" well-defined discrete categories?
  • Should we try and make them so?
  • Is biology relevant to such a discussion?
  • What does biology have to say?  How should it contribute?

Some thoughts from last session

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Brain, Education, and Inquiry - Fall, 2010: Session 2

Brain, Education, and Inquiry

Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2010

Session 2

 

Class is itself an experiment in a particular form of education: co-constructive inquiry

Learning by interacting, sharing observations and understandings to create, individually and collectively, new understandings and new questions that motivate new observations

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