Monday, November 23, 2009

Chestnut-capped Blackbird: How to Make LEARNING Really Enjoyable with So Much Information? Excitement in Talking, World Univ & Sch Opportunities

How to make LEARNING really enjoyable with so much accessible information, throughout life, for many?

What is learning in the human context?

In the aggregate, people learn how to read, write and in different subject matters, so learning involves the varied use of symbols neurophysiologically.

In the U.S. there's a pragmatic aspect to education, and a very sophisticated and imaginative approach to knowledge and learning, especially in great universities. The computer revolution, for example, is remarkable.

How can people (culturally) create excitement about ideas, as there was not only in Silicon Valley, when people were developing information technologies in the 1950s and '60s.

People were excited to talk with each other about innovation! Let's keep innovating.

Get excited about talking about and listening to fascinating ideas.

So consider engaging World University and School as an opportunity :)


Some recent postings in twitter and facebook:


Teach to your web camera about what people can do about Global Warming or an 'Ocean & Climate Management Plan'


World University & School is a new (vegetarian) table

Come have a seat - this potluck is great - like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware


Plant a seed in the garden of - add a great link e.g. - which will grow


teach 4 minutes to your web camera

And here's a related link


Besides all the remarkable, free, open content at World University & School, where YOU can teach, I wonder how further to generate GREAT courses and creativity


Bodyminds as musical instruments metaphor & loving bliss neurophysiology as music. How would this work? Zil-lions of motifs & rifs. Musicians?

Let's talk about this :)


I'm curious how to richly elicit loving bliss neurophysiology - easily, naturally & creatively - in the milieu of the S.F Bay Area vis-a-vis Harbin Hot Springs.


Invitation to nonhuman primates to add links or teach at - Kanzi? Koko? Sue Savage-Rumbaugh :)

I think we might be able to learn a lot from other primates, symbolically ...


Agelaius ruficapillus (Vieillot, 1819),+por+Arthur+Grosset.jpg

Chestnut-capped Blackbird

{Shiny cowbirds use learned song, I think, to select mates. Do chestnut-capped blackbirds, as well?}

( - November 23, 2009)

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