One of the skills here is an open minded flow of discussion between parts.
To get to an open minded discussion, the agents who are shutting down discussions need to form an agreement to discuss. That means no distraction, no sleepiness, no anxiety around the conversation.
This open discussion can be done for one part at a time or for the global, “discussions are safe” paradigm.
If “discussions are safe”, then it’s possible to ask the question, “what can’t we talk about?” and find content/parts there. (there’s still things I don’t need to talk about very much, but I have no problem with them and talking about them. For example I prefer to look in an optimistic direction and point my mind there but I have no problem digging up all the fears, doubts and discomforts if that’s needed)
Optimising for student learning and growth requires participation from the student themselves who knows what they need. Some amount of structure and letting them figure it out for themselves
It’s a relatively new area but I’d be keen for them to exist in the future!
I would challenge this post that a good document should do all three. Preferably at the same time (although not always possible or easy).
It’s not our job to imagine the best out of your idea. That’s your job. Even the best ideas can fail if they don’t have the transmission right.
I wonder if you can change your communication methods to make the concept more appealing?
Not thought out enough. Pessimistic and alarmist, incomplete. No solutions proposed.
These are your opinions on the climate. Other people believe other things.
Where did it come from to perceive all negative? And how would you feel if that were the case?
Good question though. Why do you think it got −12?
I don’t care about the name but please order the headings to match whichever name you choose.
reminds me of ideological turing tests.
Also of being a ghost.
See the search term “holding space” for something remarkably similar but not identical. This may be the term you are looking for.
What’s the difference between RAIN, RINA, ARIN, NIRA, Iran...
I quite like ARIN.
Could you standardise the order of the headings to match the acronym?
[for clarity, we were both quoting other sources]
My opinion is that from trying the exercises several times over the course of the last few years, it’s a valuable tool to help me see what I’m ignoring or what I need to deal with.
I was coining more terms and bringing them to lesswrong. I still do that but me doing that depends on my available time to write. Which is variable.
We encourage participants to occasionally ask “the Hamming question.”
Checking in on the match between your beliefs and your actions is a rea-
sonable thing to do a few times a year. It can lead to increased motivation,
positive shifts to better strategies, and a clearer sense of where your deepest
Quoted from the 2016 cfar handbook:
Richard Hamming was a mathematician at Bell Labs from the 1940’s
through the 1970’s who liked to sit down with strangers in the company
cafeteria and ask them about their fields of expertise. At first, he would
ask mainly about their day-to-day work, but eventually, he would turn the
conversation toward the big, open questions—what were the most important
unsolved problems in their profession? Why did those problems matter?
What kinds of things would change when someone in the field finally broke
through? What new potential would that unlock?
After he’d gotten them excited and talking passionately, he would ask
one final question:
“So, why aren’t you working on that?”
Hamming didn’t make very many friends with this strategy, but he did
inspire some of his colleagues to make major shifts in focus, rededicating
their careers to the problems they felt actually mattered.
The way I understand it, Hamming was a real guy doing real annoying questions in Bell labs.
Or, “it’s too hard”. Or, “I don’t think I am good enough”. Or plenty of other excuses that are not necessarily a good reason for not doing the thing.
The point is not to have an answer, but to ask the question and to check.
You are not smarter for having the answer, you are smarter for asking the question.
Sure thing. I will work on it.
Are you familiar with the ea hotel?
Maybe post on the ea forums?