MULTIPLE-NETS have a secret power! How? As the Nobel Laureate of this year (Physics 2017) mentioned:  "Huge discoveries are really the result of giant collaborations" Kip S. Thorne - Interview el_prizes/physics/laureates/20 17/thorne-interview.html   [And the Nobel Prize for Economics, one aspect: for linking psychology + economics] “If you want to be smart like Einstein, it’s all about having the proper connections”                                                The Ultimate Guide (pg.69) Abdus Salam, a Nobel laureate in physics (1979) remarks:  “The history of science is the history of search for unifying concepts.”                                                                                   (Close, 2009) Think! How do we make connections between the various ideas, objects, number relations, conceptual frames, linguistic nets?  Book: Living in multiple nets Pathways to empower creativity   Altaf Qadeer Ph.D. Free access link to book:!AiOV8RRzphW_gRH9j6GFSs-ORTtu Forming Cognitive-nets & Social-nets can inspire creativity with the power of Cognitive Diversity   Making connections of various forms can lead to innovation, make discoveries and facilitate deep learning It is fascinating to explore how the first flash of an innovative idea can change in to a bright star. Student Portfolios of their creative work can be useful “What if we have a portfolio to see the changing patterns of their creativity from, for example, Grade 1 to Grade 8. The use of a creativity portfolio for mapping students’ framework from grade to grade (or through the yearly change of classes) can also provide useful data. The record of student’s creativity patterns can also guide students in many ways to re-frame, re-examine and re-define their growing potential. It is also a tool for discussing deep learning options and provides new possibilities for critical thinking. The framework can also be used for other formats of students’ work and mapping learning patterns.” ******** In our teaching and learning we make connections between a number of things (such as ideas, material objects, nets of numbers, nets of ideas, social-net, cognitive-net, internet and more), on the other hand there are many links made in our brains (neuron connections and more)—Is there any way to find if these connections made in the learning environment and in the inner world (Brain) have any effects on each other! An interdisciplinary study can provide data to compare. How can we inspire our education with interdisciplinary connectomes? Pathways to explore more with theory, research and practice! "Kids need to learn how to leap across disciplines because that is how breakthroughs now come about. It's interdisciplinary combinations- design and technology, mathematics and art—that produce youtube and myspace."        (TIME, December 18, 2006, page 34) Altaf Qadeer (Ph.D.) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Toronto, Canada  

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