Nonlinear pedagogy: Learning design for self-organizing neurobiological systems

@inproceedings{Chow2011NonlinearPL,
  title={Nonlinear pedagogy: Learning design for self-organizing neurobiological systems},
  author={J. Chow and K. Davids and R. Hristovski and D. Ara{\'u}jo and P. Passos},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper, key concepts in ecological psychology and nonlinear dynamics exemplify how learning design can be shaped by ideas of self-organization, meta-stability and self-organized criticality in complex neurobiological systems. Through interactions with specific ecological constraints in learning environments, cognition, decision making and action emerge. An important design strategy is the use of different types of noise to channel the learning process into meta-stable regions of the… Expand
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