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Excavating knowledge

Photo by Steve Wheeler Theories of learning can be useful in helping us to understand the possibilities of learning, and also to guide teachers in their pedagogical practice. But to which theories should we subscribe? Furthermore, in the digital age where every aspect of our lives is governed by technology, do the theories from the last century still have relevance? The following exploration of the theory known as 'constructivism' may present some clues:Learning relies on the individual...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Education, Knowledge, Web, Teaching, Accommodation, eLearning, Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, ZPD, Jerome Bruner, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Assimilation


Bruner, Copeland help Yale beat CSUN 94-90 in OT

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jordan Bruner had a double-double and Alex Copeland scored seven of his 14 points in overtime to help Yale slip past CSU Northridge 94-90 Saturday night. Bruner finished with 18 points, a career-high 15 rebounds and five assists, Blake Reynolds also scored 18 and Miye Oni added 16 points for Yale […]
Tags: News, Sports, Los Angeles, Ap, Yale, CSUN, Bruner, CSU Northridge, Blake Reynolds, Miye Oni, Jordan Bruner, Alex Copeland, Bruner Copeland


Christopher Bruner on the puzzle of progressive corporate law

Christopher Bruner has a terrific new draft article out on SSRN entitled: "Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the 'Progressive' Agenda?"  It is a really insightful exploration into the contradictory stances that liberal and left-leaning actors have taken within the larger corporate law sphere.  Bruner points out that in the state law arena, progressives have focused on stakeholder rights and powers and have deemphasized shareholder primacy.  However, in the federal context, D...
Tags: Law, Dnc, SEC, Delaware, Social Responsibility, Democratic Party, Bernie, Christopher, Bruner, Matt Bodie, Business Organizations, Christopher Bruner, Bill Clintonian


Christopher Bruner on the puzzle of progressive corporate law

Christopher Bruner has a terrific new draft article out on SSRN entitled: "Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the 'Progressive' Agenda?"  It is a really insightful exploration into the contradictory stances that liberal and left-leaning actors have taken within the larger corporate law sphere.  Bruner points out that in the state law arena, progressives have focused on stakeholder rights and powers and have deemphasized shareholder primacy.  However, in the federal context, D...
Tags: Law, Dnc, SEC, Delaware, Social Responsibility, Democratic Party, Bernie, Christopher, Bruner, Matt Bodie, Business Organizations, Christopher Bruner, Bill Clintonian


‘The Walking Dead’ game developer Telltale Games hit with 90% layoffs as part of ‘majority studio closure’

Telltale Games who are the mind behind highly successful narratively-driven 'The Walking Dead' game today has announced a nearly 90% layoffs with estimated 250 employees let go of their duties. The remaining 25 employees will finish the Netflix "Minecraft: Story Mode" interactive series. The company is calling this a majority studio closure. The company-wide layoffs started Friday morning during a meeting where the Telltale’s board of directors made the call to move forward with the decision ...
Tags: Games, News, The Walking Dead, Blogging, Netflix, Bruner, Telltale, Netflix Minecraft, Pate Hawley


Younger players distinguish themselves in junior version of Charlie Saikley 6-Man tournament

By David Rice, Contributing reporter After watching the big boys and girls play on Friday and Saturday in the Charlie Saikley 6-Man tournament, it was the junior competitors’ turn to take the hallowed beach volleyball courts at Manhattan Beach. Twenty-five teams of boys and girls competed in three divisions Sunday in the Junior 6-Man Tournament, all part of the final day of the International Surf Festival in Hermosa, Redondo and Manhattan beaches. While the men and women competed separately in t...
Tags: Business, News, California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Manhattan, Greenpeace, Local News, Beaches, LA County, Bruner, Charles Bennett, David Rice, Volleyball


Telltale Games Is Being Sued By Former CEO

Telltale Games' ousting of cofounder and former CEO Kevin Bruner is kicking up some fresh turbulence for the game developer, as reports show that Bruner is currently suing the company for breach of contract, among other charges.
Tags: Religion, Bruner, Kevin Bruner


Ousted Former CEO Sues Telltale Games

Former Telltale Games CEO Kevin Bruner recently filed a breach-of-contract complaint against the studio he co-founded in 2004. According to Marin County, Calif. court documents, Bruner asserts that he is owed compensatory damages following his premature expulsion from the company’s board. After an investment by Lionsgate in 2015, the Telltale board restructured its leadership, gradually […]
Tags: News, Lionsgate, Telltale Games, Bruner, Stranger Things, Marin County Calif, Kevin Bruner


EXCHANGE: Pitcher’s ordeal ramps up look at protective masks

MOUNT ZION, Ill. (AP) — The injuries to Mount Zion softball pitcher Ally Bruner from a line drive that struck her head sparked conversation from softball teams area-wide about players wearing protective masks. Bruner, a junior, was not wearing a protective mask when she was hit just above the right eye with a softball during […]
Tags: News, Ap, Mount Zion, Bruner, Nation & World, MOUNT ZION Ill, Ally Bruner


Constructivism 3: The Principles of Constructivism

Bruner’s 1966 text Toward a Theory of Instruction described the key principles of constructivism. Driscoll outlines five conditions for learning. It's useful to elaborate on these principles and conditions, as they are relevant to the rest of this series of articles. Continue Reading → The post Constructivism 3: The Principles of Constructivism appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog.
Tags: eLearning, Driscoll, Bruner


Constructivism 2: The Cognitive Revolution

Jerome Bruner was was a prime mover in the emergence of the so-called ‘Cognitive Revolution,’ an intellectual movement in the 1950s that began what are known collectively as the cognitive sciences – an interdisciplinary study of the cognitive processes underlying the acquisition and use of knowledge. Continue Reading → The post Constructivism 2: The Cognitive Revolution appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog.
Tags: eLearning, E-learning, Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, Learning Theory, Learning Styles, Jerome Bruner, Constructivism, Cognitive Revolution


Winter Jazzfest 2018

In a cloud of red dust, poof, Winter Jazzfest is gone. I can’t believe that just yesterday that I had so many nights of fantastic music ahead of me to indulge in and in the blink of an eye, it is now be-lovingly referred to in the past tense. But just because life tends to move at the speed of sound, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take that time to relish and revel in the miraculous sound and experience of the extraordinary jazz music.  Winter Jazzfest is done, and all the cats have...
Tags: New York, News, La, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, Marvin, Cameron, Nba, Jazz, West Coast, Miguel, Steve, Alice, Mitchell


2017: Buzz Bands LA’s Favorite Albums of the Year

Talk trash about 2017 all you want — and we have — but it was a bountiful year for Los Angeles musicians. Following is Buzz Bands LA’s “Popular With Us 2017: Our Favorite Albums of the Year,” our annual homegrown year-end list. Contributing were Buzz Bands LA editor Kevin Bronson (K.B.) and contributors Daiana Feuer (D.F.), Andrew Veeder (A.V.), Cassandra Cronin (C.C.) and Roy Jurgens (R.J.). Support the artists by clicking on the album covers to purchase their work. Also find links to the album...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Featured, Father John Misty, Los Angeles, Chicago, Kendrick Lamar, Wisconsin, Manhattan, Tokimonsta, Bronx, Smith, Kelela, Haim, John Williams, EMS


Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 2 – Conditions for learning

As discussed in a previous E-Learning Curve Blog post, Driscoll outlines five conditions for learning (and organizational learning). Now read on... Continue Reading → The post Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 2 – Conditions for learning appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog.
Tags: eLearning, E-learning, Driscoll, Bruner, Learning Theory, Learning Styles, Workplace Learning, Experiential Learning, Schank, Constructivism, Conditions Of Learning, Organizational Learning, Principles Of Constructivism, Duffy and Cunningham


Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 1

Chris Argyris, Professor Emeritus at Harvard Business School, has made significant contributions to the development of organizational learning theory and experiential learning. Any company that aspires to succeed in the tougher business environment ...must first resolve a basic dilemma: success in the marketplace increasingly depends on learning, yet most people don’t know how to learn. What’s more, those members of the organization that many assume to be the best at learning are, in fact, n...
Tags: eLearning, E-learning, Bruner, Harvard Business School, Learning Theory, Learning Styles, Workplace Learning, Experiential Learning, Constructivism, Chris Argyris, Conditions Of Learning, Organizational Learning, Argyris, Principles Of Constructivism


Bigfoot Sighting Reported in Western North Carolina

A group that claims to track the mythic ape known as Bigfoot through the hills and hollers of Western North Carolina says they finally spotted the creature over the weekend in McDowell County. According to the group, which operates a Facebook page called Bigfoot911 with over 1,000 members, the sighting occurred around 11 P.M. Friday night. John E. Bruner, who runs the page, said the creature made its presence known after he and fellow group members set up glow sticks at various locations in an a...
Tags: Sport, Cycling, North Carolina, Western North Carolina, Bruner, Go Outside, McDowell County According, John E Bruner




Thundercat – “Tokyo” Video

Thundercat has released the first music video from Drunk, which we called one of 2017's best records thus far. The video for "Tokyo," directed by Jun Hanamoto-Hearn, features Stephen Bruner having the time of his fucking life in Tokyo while on tour earlier this year. The song is an ode to Bruner's love … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Tokyo, Thundercat, Bruner, Stephen Bruner, Jun Hanamoto Hearn


Anderson .Paak Joins Kintaro (Thundercat’s Brother) On “Mk”

The youngest of the Bruner brothers drops a project.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Anderson .paak, Bruner, Kintarô, Anderson Paak Joins Kintaro Thundercat


kintaro - SUPERSTAR

Photo of Jameel ‘Kintaro’ Bruner taken by Ural Garrett for Okayplayer. After speaking with Kintaro, also known as Jameel Bruner of the fabulous Bruner family, for last week’s First Look Friday — it is apparent that there aren’t… (in post Kintaro Follows Up ‘First Look Friday’ With New Cut, “Superstar” from Okayplayer. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Bruner, Jameel, Kintarô, Jameel Bruner, Ural Garrett


Ronald Bruner Jr. - Whenever

It seems you can't go one minute without hearing something from the talented Bruner brothers these days. Middle child Thundercat (aka Stephen Bruner) just dropped his excellent album Drunk this past Friday. Then you have baby boy Kintaro… (in post We’re Down For Ronald Bruner Jr.’s ‘Whenever’ from SoulBounce. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Bruner, Stephen Bruner, Kintarô, Ronald Bruner Jr, Ronald Bruner Jr Whenever


kintaro - SOMETHIN

He might no longer be with The Internet, but Kintaro (aka Jameel Bruner) is definitely joining their recent barrage of releases. The Bruner brother has cooked up quite a few left-of-center jams, including head-nodder "Don't Mind A Label,"… (in post Kintaro Cooks Up ‘Somethin’ To Make You Dance from SoulBounce. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Don, Bruner, Kintarô, Jameel Bruner


Christopher Bruner on the puzzle of progressive corporate law

Christopher Bruner has a terrific new draft article out on SSRN entitled: "Center-Left Politics and Corporate Governance: What Is the 'Progressive' Agenda?"  It is a really insightful exploration into the contradictory stances that liberal and left-leaning actors have taken within the larger corporate law sphere.  Bruner points out that in the state law arena, progressives have focused on stakeholder rights and powers and have deemphasized shareholder primacy.  However, in the federal context, D...
Tags: Law, Dnc, SEC, Delaware, Social Responsibility, Democratic Party, Bernie, Christopher, Bruner, Matt Bodie, Business Organizations, Christopher Bruner, Bill Clintonian


Playlist: The Playlist: Selena Gomez Chides an Ex, and Remy Ma Stomps on a Foe

Hear the new songs that caught our pop critics' attention — for better and for worse — from Dawes, Linkin Park, Blac Youngsta, Thundercat and more.
Tags: Music, News, Selena Gomez, Linkin Park, Papoose, Gomez, Selena, Bruner, Blige, MARY J, Rap and Hip-Hop, Lil Yachty (Rapper, Dawes (Music Group, Stephen (Thundercat) (1984-, Remy Ma Stomps, Dawes Linkin Park


KiN†aRø - DRY ICE FINAL

Former The Internet keyboardist Jameel Bruner aka Kintaro just dropped the high octane track “Dry Ice.” The track was posted to Bruner’s Soundcloud page. The Internet’s group members have been doing big things as of late. Syd just… (in post Listen To Jameel Bruner’s High Energy Track “Dry Ice” from Okayplayer. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Bruner, Syd, Kintarô


TEN's Lowrider Video Series a Branded Content Win for Quaker State

Only a few seconds into the first episode of "Lowrider Roll Models," we meet Steve Alvarez-Mott, an obstetrician and gynecologist who practices in Glendora and San Dimas, Calif. The camera slowly focuses in on Alvarez-Mott's face as he explains how he got involved in the lowrider culturea world where elaborately customized classic cars with hydraulics brings Latino families together. In the background bottles of Quaker State oil line the shelves.It's subtle product integration executed well by T...
Tags: Advertising, North America, Shell, Bruner, Rivas, Quaker State, GLENDORA, Shell Oil Company


Around the World in 30 Days: January 2017

C. M. Rubin's Global Education Report This month in The Global Search for Education, William Gaudelli, George Rupp and Dana Mortenson shared their perspectives on how to build more inclusive communities across political, economic and cultural divides, and on the lessons we all learned from recent world events. "The vote in the U.K. in favor of Brexit, the rejection by referendum of the peace agreement in Colombia, and the 2016 U.S. election all illustrate the power of democratic processes to...
Tags: UK, News, Australia, Singapore, India, America, Colombia, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Belgium, Finland, Norway, The Netherlands, Huffington Post, Wonderland


The Global Search for Education: The City of Jerome Bruner

"These schools and this community became staked more than fifty years ago on the idea that education is the highest investment for the present and for the future, in light also of the huge historical changes that human kind is going through." --  Carla Rinaldi In September 1994, Jerome Bruner, the famed psychologist, professor and education visionary, visited Reggio Emilia, a city in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. The President of Reggio Children at that time had written to P...
Tags: UK, News, Australia, Singapore, India, New York City, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Belgium, Finland, Norway, The Netherlands, Huffington Post, Wonderland, Administration


Ronald Bruner Jr. - Take The Time (feat. Thundercat)

Ronald Bruner Jr. has released the first single from his forthcoming debut album. Titled “Take The Time,” the almost five minute track features the Grammy-winning drummer playing alongside brother Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner. “Take The Time” comes from th (in post Ronald Bruner Jr. Announces Debut Album w/ Thundercat, George Duke & More from Okayplayer. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Time, Stephen, Bruner


Fox Rejects Super Bowl Ad That Depicts a Giant Border Wall

Border walls and Super Bowl advertising don't mix, one family-owned construction supplies company seems to have learned.After submitting its first-time Super Bowl ad to Fox for approval, 84 Lumber was sent back to the drawing board when the commercial was rejected, according to Michael Brunner, CEO of the agency behind the spot, Pittsburgh-based Bruner.84 Lumber, based in Eighty Four, Penn., had planned to air a 90-second spot carrying a heavy message of job recruitment as it tries to ramp up it...
Tags: Advertising, Fox, Pittsburgh, Penn, Bruner, Adrianne Pasquarelli, MICHAEL BRUNNER