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Re: ''what do you meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeean by x?'

Posted by alexandra_k on June 19, 2020, at 17:06:35

In reply to ''what do you meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeean by x?', posted by alexandra_k on June 19, 2020, at 16:54:16

and you see, don't you.

if you give the exercise to individuals and get them doing it so you have a class full of 'essays'.

and you see that in the same number of words (the word length) how many of the best ideas (the most significant or weighty considerations) the student manages to identify. whether they manage to weight them appropriately. what sort of verdict they come to.

when you have an whole class lot's...

some students stand out as getting most of the main ones (and perhaps a few weighty ones that other students did not get).

where if you say (in a tutorial) about the point that only a few got... then quite a few go 'oh. that's a good one. i didn't think of that'. and don't go 'that doesn't seem relevant / important'.

i guess it is deliberation.


people don't have the capacity.

i wonder what that means for our ability / inability to do medical diagnostics. focused history. appropriate treatment. to figure it out. to prescribe appropriately. in a systematised way. instead of throwing as many medications at it in as high a dose as is allowed... wait... yeah... i think... that's exactly what we do. anti-biotic prescriptions, too (insofar as we do them) aren't 'intelligently' worked out. just throwing mud at the wall (so to speak) hoping something sticks...

of course these things aren't related.

har de har har har




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