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Global Sensemaking University


Global Sensemaking University

I made a comment that offered my interest in the notion of an international Global Sensemaking University, one that is, by definition (in my vision) multidisciplinary, one that is project-based, one that proposes and facilitates web quests, and more.

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Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2008

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Just thinking outloud 2 Replies

Started by Jack Park. Last reply by David Price Jun 1, 2008.

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Comment by David Price on June 10, 2008 at 0:12
Hi George,

Was the content you added....

"Systems science is a framework for understanding (making sense of) phenomena. It begins with the notion of systemness - a collection of properties that define a system. It aggregates a number of analytical, and synthesizing tools for building knowledge about the system in question. Armed with knowledge and tools of systems science, the student is in a position to enter a wide variety of technical programs."?

If so, it has been added to the map as comment (like a blog comment) on the Curriculum element, and its presence is indicated on the snapshot above by the "C" displayed on the Curriculum element.

You can view the comments on the live map (as opposed the snapshot above), either by clicking on the "C" or selecting View 1.

Adding material as a new child element, uses the "Edit" button rather than the "Comment" button.

Sorry for not making this clearer, and if you would like me convert the comment into a child element or detailed text of curriculum element, just let me know.

On your other point, I think that your student suggestion is an excellent idea—and, if you haven't seen it already, you might like to explore this link: Eduzendium.


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