Habits of mind

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Habits of mind

  1. 1. ‘Habits of mind’     For  handling  complexity  &   plurality  of  informa6on   Rogers,  K.  H.,  R.  Luton,  H.  Biggs,  R.  Biggs,  S.  Blignaut,  A.  G.  Choles,  C.  G.  Palmer,  and  P.  Tangwe.2013.  Fostering  complexity  thinking  in  ac6on   research  for  change  in  social–ecological  systems.  Ecology  and  Society  18(2):  31  
  2. 2. Frame 1: Openness   •  Hold  your  strong  opinions  lightly   •  Embrace  surprise,  serendipity  and  epiphany   •  Accept  everyone  as  co-­‐learners,  not  experts  or   compe6tors  
  3. 3. Frame 2: Situational Awareness   •  Be  aware  of  con6ngencies,  scale  and  history   •  Consider  the  importance  of  rela6onships  and   interac6ons   •  Reflect  oUen:  formally,  informally,  individually  and   collec6vely  
  4. 4. Frame 3: Respect for the restraint and action paradox •  Seize  the  just-­‐do-­‐it  moment   •  Have  courage  to  take  ac6on  from  which  you  can  learn   •  Avoid  premature  convergence  –  avoid  being  too  quick   to  judge  

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