You can’t solve novel problems with old principles
Strengthening the ecosystem: How connection with others leads to success in digital
In the modern age, ethical reasoning is not handled down to us on stone tablets, it requires negotiation
The multifaceted nature of literacy, the range of resources it requires, and the social nature of its practice and mastery all point to conclusion that the acquisition of literacy is a matter not only of cognition, or even of culture, but also of power and politics (Freire, 1970; 1994; Freire and Macedo, 1987; Gee, 1996; 1984; Street, 1995)
Reading and listening are receptive skills. Speaking and writing are productive skills.
Society needs those who are implementing the solutions we need now, those who are investigating the solutions we’ll need soon, and those who are imagining the solutions we’ll need in the future
Vertically integrated thinking, seeing the big strategic picture and the details that make it happen together, is a bigger problem for hierarchical organisations to solve than horizontal teams working in silos
Internal competition is market thinking rather than coordinated state thinking. It assumes that the best ideas will win, that customers will find the right solution for them. One facilitates thinking, the other facilitates doing.
Divergent thinking for understanding problems, convergent thinking for understanding solutions
Minimally invasive education is minimally effective education