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Fem tanker for fremtiden (2007)

af Howard Gardner

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Howard Garner articula un llamado a la acción, en donde nos centremos en desarrollar cinco tipos de pensamiento que él considera críticos y necesarios para el éxito en el mundo moderno. Estos tipos de pensamientos son: disciplina, síntesis, creatividad, respeto y ética. ( )
  petrismonica | Oct 14, 2019 |
Howard Garner articulates a call to action that we prioritize five types of thinking he sees as critical for success in the modern world. They are: discipline, synthesis, creativity, respect, and ethics. Gardner's case is compelling. ( )
  jpsnow | Oct 15, 2013 |
SUMÁRIO

[011] - As Mentes Vistas do Ponto de Vista Global
[027] - A Mente Disciplinada
[045] - A Mente Sintetizadora
[071] - A Mente Criadora
[091] - A Mente Respeitosa
[111] - A Mente Ética
[133] - Conclusão - Rumo ao Cultivo das Cinco Mentes
  SaraivaOrelio | Feb 22, 2012 |
When confronted with `accelerating globalisation, mounting quantities of information, the growing hegemony of science and technology, and the clash of civilisations,' what you need is not a hiding place but Howard Gardner's Five Minds for the Future (www.tatamcgrawhill.com).[return][return]The first mind is the disciplined one, which has mastered "at least one way of thinking — a distinctive mode of cognition that characterises a specific scholarly discipline, craft, or profession." It takes up to ten years to master a discipline, says Gardner, citing research. "Without at least one discipline under his belt, the individual is destined to march to someone else's tune."[return][return]The synthesising mind comes next. It can take information from disparate sources, understand and evaluate the same objectively, and put it together in ways that make sense. This capacity has become crucial in the context of information explosion.[return][return]The third, the creating mind, "puts forth new ideas, poses unfamiliar questions, conjures up fresh ways of thinking, and arrives at unexpected answers." Anchored in territories that are yet to be rule-governed, this mind can be "at least one step ahead of even the most sophisticated computers and robots."[return][return]No one can afford to be within one's own shell; it is increasingly necessary to understand others and work effectively with them. Which is why you need the fourth mind, the respectful one. "In a world where we are all interlinked, intolerance or disrespect is no longer a viable option," says the author.[return][return]More abstract than the respectful mind is the fifth and final mind Gardner describes: the ethical mind. It ponders "the nature of one's work and the needs and desires of the society in which one lives. This mind conceptualises how workers can serve purposes beyond self-interest and how citizens can work unselfishly to improve the lot of all."[return][return]As a society we have been blind to the importance of these five minds, rues the author. It is up to the educational system as a whole to ensure that the ensemble of minds is cultivated, he suggests. "The burden of education must be shared by parents, neighbours, the traditional and digital media, the church, and other communal institutions." Computers can help achieve `literacy and a measure of disciplined thinking,' but moving towards `synthesising and creating' are human realms.[return][return]Gardner wraps up his book on an ominous note: that it may take "far more immediate threats to our survival before we make common cause with our fellow human beings."[return][return]Worth a mindful read.
  vikasvatsal | Sep 6, 2010 |
When confronted with `accelerating globalisation, mounting quantities of information, the growing hegemony of science and technology, and the clash of civilisations,' what you need is not a hiding place but Howard Gardner's Five Minds for the Future (www.tatamcgrawhill.com).

The first mind is the disciplined one, which has mastered "at least one way of thinking — a distinctive mode of cognition that characterises a specific scholarly discipline, craft, or profession." It takes up to ten years to master a discipline, says Gardner, citing research. "Without at least one discipline under his belt, the individual is destined to march to someone else's tune."

The synthesising mind comes next. It can take information from disparate sources, understand and evaluate the same objectively, and put it together in ways that make sense. This capacity has become crucial in the context of information explosion.

The third, the creating mind, "puts forth new ideas, poses unfamiliar questions, conjures up fresh ways of thinking, and arrives at unexpected answers." Anchored in territories that are yet to be rule-governed, this mind can be "at least one step ahead of even the most sophisticated computers and robots."

No one can afford to be within one's own shell; it is increasingly necessary to understand others and work effectively with them. Which is why you need the fourth mind, the respectful one. "In a world where we are all interlinked, intolerance or disrespect is no longer a viable option," says the author.

More abstract than the respectful mind is the fifth and final mind Gardner describes: the ethical mind. It ponders "the nature of one's work and the needs and desires of the society in which one lives. This mind conceptualises how workers can serve purposes beyond self-interest and how citizens can work unselfishly to improve the lot of all."

As a society we have been blind to the importance of these five minds, rues the author. It is up to the educational system as a whole to ensure that the ensemble of minds is cultivated, he suggests. "The burden of education must be shared by parents, neighbours, the traditional and digital media, the church, and other communal institutions." Computers can help achieve `literacy and a measure of disciplined thinking,' but moving towards `synthesising and creating' are human realms.

Gardner wraps up his book on an ominous note: that it may take "far more immediate threats to our survival before we make common cause with our fellow human beings."

Worth a mindful read.
  just4uvikas | Sep 23, 2008 |
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