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Resilience [...]

> As Julian Reid and Brad Evans write, we apply the word “resilient” to a population “insofar as it adapts to rather than resists the conditions of its suffering in the world” (2014, 81)....

 

Innovation and structural change [...]

> The ideology of innovation, with its emphasis on processes rather than outcomes, and individual brilliance over social structures, asks us to accommodate global inequality, rather than challenge it. It is a kind of idealism, therefore, well suited to our dispiriting neoliberal moment, where the sense of possibility seems to have shrunk....

 

Who does learning style debunking serve? [...]

> individual learning differences can function to intensify and amplify the underlying economic and racial inequities in education. If a bright child from an affluent family doesn't learn well in a traditional classroom –– and make no mistake, many don't –– his parents have the option to place him in a private alternative educational setting (including homesc...

 

The Take [...]

> The take is, like Twitter itself, more of a symptom of a neoliberal order in which precarious employment and minimal labor protections make hyperspeed, competitive take-having a professional necessity. No one in their right mind and with job security would be up at 11 pm writing an essay about something that happened at the Grammy Awards an hour before. And this res...

 

Open Offices Make You Less Open [...]

> Contrary to what’s predicted by the sociological literature, the 52 participants studied spent 72% less time interacting face-to-face after the shift to an open office layout. To make these numbers concrete: In the 15 days before the office redesign, participants accumulated an average of around 5.8 hours of face-to-face interaction per person per day. After the s...

 

Open Offices Make You Less Open – Study Hacks – Cal Newport [...]

> Contrary to what’s predicted by the sociological literature, the 52 participants studied spent 72% less time interacting face-to-face after the shift to an open office layout. To make these numbers concrete: In the 15 days before the office redesign, participants accumulated an average of around 5.8 hours of face-to-face interaction per person per day. After the s...

 

Moral Dilemmas [...]

>Moral dilemmas are therefore better models ass situations in which it is *unknown* whether two (or more) moral obligations can be simultaneously met, rather than as situations in which the meeting of two obligations is known to be impossible. Van de Poel, I. (2017). Dealing with Moral Dilemmas through Design. In J. Van den Hoven, S. Miller, & T. Pogge (Eds.), Design...

 

Choosing Online or Face-to-Face [...]

>Whereas it may be true in the aggregate that no significant difference exists between the performance of students who take a class in an online setting and those who take a class in a traditional face-to-face setting, this study demonstrates that, for any individual student, choice may be very important. For the sample used in this study, 31.5 percent of the students...

 

Systemic Gender Subordination [...]

> We achieve true equality not when the first woman Einstein is named and celebrated, but when normally competent – no less especially accomplished – women are treated the same as the most ordinary of men....

 

Three Acts of Online Media Literacy [...]

> An initial focused investigation (with our 90-second fact-checks) > A broader look at structural issues and social impact > A move to personal and civic interventions...