Hyperbolic Chaos by Sergey P. Kuznetsov download in ePub, pdf, iPad
With seemingly random lines and dots chaotically intermingling, starting, stopping, as my education, career and interests waxed and waned. The angles coming out from the straight vertical line are my deviancies, which proceeded to get worse with age. Learning paradigms include behaviorism, cognitivism, constructivism, and more. What constructivism demands of the learner. Although not as random as my hand-drawn model, I had to add this beautiful diagram of Hyperbolic Geometry, by Bourquin.
My learning model is like a combination of hyperbolic geometry and chaos theory. Ah, the old Einstein quote again, Information is not Knowledge.
There is much more to think about, and much more to learn. As I said above, I only added a brief mention of this in my thesis. Fleming and his mouldy penicillin.
As an experienced craft teacher, however, I know about teaching and my students, and never cease to be amazed about I much you can learn from your students. If we are going to use visual models to demonstrate our theories, they must reflect the theory more accurately. If we truly want to change education paradigms, to be inclusive and lifelong, we need to change the diagrams.
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