A Fractal Thinker Looks at Learning, Observing and Assessment
http://www.isu.edu/ctl/nutshells/nagtessay/fractwdnagt.html

Edward B. Nuhfer, Idaho State University


This site describes a way to reorganize available information on materials, processes and rates to make teaching part of a more understandable system interrelated in space and time. Fractals may offer a way to view education and the role of a developer within an academic community. A fractal view does not involve new information, and does not remove educational complexity. Fractals may aid the perception of complexity in a way that adds clarity and informs practice.

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Subject: Education
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Opinion, Overview/Summary
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning, Cognitive Domain:Metacognition, Assessment
Topics: EducationKeywords: pedagogy, science education