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6 LEARNING TYPES OR SUBSETS!!!

RANDOM MEMORIZATION of information without making any logical connections:

Examples are memorizing random dates, times, scores, words, and numbers. One may feel that rote memorization of the words for animals and kitchen utensils is memorization without thinking but children do think and make logical connections between the words and relevant objects and/or subjects and/or actions. Memorization without thinking is only possible if you are memorizing random meaningless numbers and/or words.

 

MEMORIZATION is memorizing information and/or a word with one or more logical and/or illogical connections to reality.

You can say that memorizing 2+ 2 = 5, God is Love, Love is God, Liberals are Conservatives, and cats are omnipotent are all illogical statements but they can still be memorized. Fortunately most memorized words such as robin, home, quarterback, anger, jealousy, running, and volcano have some logical connections to reality. Sadly many fantasies, fictions, and lies can be memorized and believed and this memorization of “bullshit” is a very common cause of irrational or illogical thinking in humans.

Memorization of information can be almost anything but the primary forms of non verbal information are visual, audio, physical or muscle and touch, and other sensing information within the body.

 

MEMORIZATION OF CAUSES AND EFFECTS:

This includes the memorization of visual, audio, physical, and other sensing cues which relate to internal body senses and the sensing of the external environment of objects, subjects, and actions.

Examples are memorizing that you will burn your hand if you place it on a burning stove too long, breaking bones and possibly killing yourself if you jump from a 20 meter roof onto a concrete driveway, a visual memorization of parts of a movie, a memorization of instrumental music, and making someone angry, aggressive, or shocked if you push them too hard for no reason at all and call them an asshole.

 

CLASSIFICATION: Memorizing the details of something or memorizing the subsets of a set:

Examples are memorizing the parts of the body, the parts of a gasoline engine, definitions of words, separating movies or songs into genres, and all the names of animals in a species.

 

ANALYSIS: Taking a set and finding as many subsets as you can even though some of the subsets may overlap themselves:

Examples are statistical analysis, numerical analysis, making an outline for an essay, analyzing musical and video transitions, analyzing the defensive strategy of an opposing football team, and finding and listing all the ingredient preparations and/or additions in a recipe.

SYNTHESIS: Taking subsets and trying to form sets with them:

Examples are taking Legos and making familiar object shapes from them, mixing two or more chemicals and making them react, taking all the parts of an engine and assembling them into a complete engine, selecting an offensive play to counteract defensive actions of an opposing team, and using paints to form a picture.

 

***Creative or innovative learning is just the process of subconsciously and consciously analyzing and synthesizing information or objects, subjects, and actions, sometimes in a very impulsive way, and making some cause effect experiments or assumptions, so creative learning is really not a unique form or type of learning.

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ANALYZING YOURSELF TO KNOW THYSELF!!!

If you have never done an intensive self analysis of yourself then this is an opportunity for you to find out who you really are as a human and what may be some of your future goals in life. Enjoy!!!

Who or what inspired you the most? Why?

What would you ask someone whom you would like to meet?

What qualities do you like in a human that you admire?

What qualities or characteristics do you admire in others?

What would you like to change about your personality?

What short and long term goals do you have in life?

Am I always trying to improve myself?

What would you have to do to call your life a success?

What practical skill do you wish you had?

What don’t you have enough talent for?

If you had a chance to start over then what would you do differently?

If you had more than enough money then what would you do?

What would you like to accomplish in a year, 5 years, 10 years from now?

What would you regret not doing if your life stopped today?

What is your ideal day?

How do you like to relax?

What are you most proud of?

What are you most afraid of?

What are your good habits?

What are your bad habits?

What is your favorite book, movie, or song and why?

What excites you?

What do you love?

What do you hate?

What is my happiest memory?

What do I strongly believe?

What do I like and dislike about my job?

Do I want to advance in my job with the same company?

Am I more introverted or extroverted?

Do I budget my money and am financially responsible?

Do you have integrity?

Are you trustworthy?

Are you dependable?

Are you competent?

Are you friendly?

Are you empathetic?

Are you ambitious?

Are you courageous?

Are you adventurous?

How do you want to be remembered in life?

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8 IMPORTANT HABITS OF SOME HIGHLY CREATIVE HUMANS!!!

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They have learned the valid historical rules and information or knowledge which govern their creative realm and continue the learning process by keeping up with new developments in their field of interest.

They are very curious, questioning and have an insatiable appetite for new relevant information. They are not averse to some new experiences also and the information of other fields of interest other than their major field of interest. Cross fertilization or incorporating information from other fields of interest into their own field is something which they sometimes do.

They take time out for solitude or time alone where they basically isolate themselves from immediate stimuli from the outside world surrounding them and daydream, think, introspect, or meditate by themselves.

They are resilient or not afraid to fail, do fail quite a bit but more importantly always try to learn something from the failure even if it only means that plan A did not work so on to plan B, C, etc.

They watch or observe humans and have an avid interest in human nature if they are artistic. They observe natural phenomenon and have an avid interest in them if they are SEMP types or are scientists, engineers, mathematicians, or programmers.

They are often risk takers and dare to be different by trying out new things or playing with new ideas or concepts.

Creativity is really a process of analyzing sets and synthesizing subsets. They are unusually good at synthesizing or connecting subsets into new sets.

They are passionate about their work or love what they are doing and spend many hours working sometimes to the point of exhaustion. Many are workaholics.

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WHAT IS CREATIVITY???

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It is a myth that there is a separation between the emotional brain and an analytic one which creativity depends on. Creativity is really a mixture of emotion, analysis, and synthesis.

Subconscious impulsive emotions guide our conscious reactions as we also use conscious analysis and synthesis of the structures which exist in the world around us. When we sleep, daydream, or think there is also subconscious emotion, analysis and synthesis going on in the brain which we have no direct control over and it just mysteriously takes place whether we want it to exist or not and it is the source for “aha” moments which seem to come out of nowhere.

In effect there is always a subconscious mixture of emotion, analysis, and synthesis going on in the brain whether we are awake or asleep and when we are awake added to this subconscious activity is a mixture of active conscious emotion, analysis, and synthesis which is what the conscious brain is doing with the real world when one is trying to be creative.

Scientists, Engineers, Mathematicians, and Programmers or SEMPs do more analysis and synthesis within strict rule guidelines with a minimum of emotional display whereas most artists depend on a more emotional impulsive somewhat random loose rule guideline form of analysis and synthesis to do their creative work. All creative individuals analyze and synthesize structures in the real world but more emotional artists do not follow strict rule guidelines as much as the true more creative SEMPs do.

Unfortunately many artists have a tendency to want to break rules and pursue rather random creative paths which lead to many mutant unnatural useless forms of creativity which are frankly crap. SEMPs creators have a tendency to create new rules to follow and adhere to as temporary guidelines for further creativity and are therefore creating more complex creative useful structures.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT ANALYSIS+

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Analysis: n. taking apart subsets (conceptually and/or physically) and/or chemically to show that they are related and identifying nonessential subsets

Analyzing chemical reactions or analyzing human behavior are worlds apart in terms of mathematical rigor. Unless you are actually accurately analyzing human behavior with accurate definitions then you are doing little else than gathering dubious statistical data and trying to guess at possible cause effect relationships which you won’t find with any degree of certainty.

True analysis is done mathematically or numerically and any other form of analysis is merely intuitive guessing based primarily on prior experiences with the subject matter being “analyzed” or more accurately biased subjective judgments made about new information based on historical precedents and/or experiences and little more.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CREATIVITY

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Creativity can be very structured such as technological creativity or very unstructured and almost random in nature. The crudest form of creativity is just rearranging shapes, colors, and sizes such as in floral designs, interior decorating, fashion, and painting. Most artistic creations are neither beautiful nor very functional and even talented artists create more bad or mediocre paintings, fashion, music, and movies than good and exceptional ones. If you follow few rules and have little experience in an art then chances are you will create mostly garbage without lasting value or beauty.

Nature is beautiful and functional. If you depart too much from nature then you will come up with many mutant creations which are neither beautiful nor very utilitarian or functional.

Technology is very utilitarian, frequently functional, and originates from rather strict creative rules which consider efficiency and use the rigor of mathematics and logic in the creative process.

The technological creative process is basically analyzing or breaking something up into its component parts and trying to understand the role that each plays in making something work. Then synthesizing or rearranging the parts, adding to the parts, and subtracting from the whole occasionally creates a new useful and even beautiful functional product.

There is much failure even in technological creativity and you can make thousands of mistakes before you come up with a winning combination or creative product but there is rigorous criteria for success. Will it work better? Will it satisfy a need? Will it do a job more efficiently from an energy standpoint?

A truly creative human will become an expert in their chosen area, have an interest in areas similar and different than theirs, have an insatiable desire for new useful knowledge, and be constantly analyzing and synthesizing mentally and physically to come up with a new creative product.

Taking some time off occasionally to think about your goals, daydream, or just meditate to give your mind a rest is also very important.

From an aesthetic point of view I believe that any truly creative artistic human should also appreciate and revere the natural beauty of nature.

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