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A Ritual Model of communication suggests we communicate, not just to pass information, but more importantly, as a way to maintain our communities. The Ritual Model of Communication suggests that connecting with others is more important than what we might connect about. Last updated Feb. 25, 2023
Just as a house builder needs to understand the “Structure” of houses to build a good house, good communicators need to understand the structure of language to build good communications.
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This lesson provides Evidence of Trump’s Christian Support. It’s a facegroup that makes it clear that it supports Trump, almost like Jesus himself.
This lesson offers the Critical Thinking Advice in the Bible as a way to help bridge the gap between Scriptures and Logic.
This lesson details the 5 Media Literacy Questions we need to ask every time we consume information to ensure the most learn from it. Updated April 2023
This is a list of Logical Fallacies. This list is an evergreen list that will help the Learner value the argument.
This lesson describes the 21st Century Skills to Master in order to thrive today in our hyper-connected digital World.
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Reinforcement Learning We examine the formation of signaling conventions in a framework of a multi-agent reinforcement learning model. Introducing a population renewal algorithm, which in the presence of superlinear reinforcement, considerably enhances formation of...
This lesson on Using Media Literacy to Understand a Fox News Story about the Obama’s will help us better perceive information from Fox News.
This Lesson help you learn the skills needed to “Focus on Intent” in communicating. In almost all cases every party to the communication has a different intent in the communication.
The effectiveness of the communication is directly tied to the extent the “intentions” of all the parties aline.
How to Make Better Decisions Better Decisions come better information, and better information comes from better communication. Ultimately all decisions are information dependent. https://www.youtube.com/embed/GiPe1OiKQuk Some of your decisions will be so routine that...
Watch Introduction VideoAbout This Course This course offers lessons to help your child improve their interpersonal relationships by improving their ability to listen. Course Summary Improve your child's Listening communication skills. Informative lesson plans, fun...
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Because we believe there is just too much information for only one person to process. We need ALL of us to share information in ways it benefits us ALL.
Confirmation Bias, Selective Perception, Motivated Reasoning, and Linguistic/Cultural Bias are things that can affect our thinking. We need information from different viewpoints so we can improve our aggregate critical thinking skills.
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