Theory Design Lab
Theory Design Lab
|That which we learn most thoroughly, and remember the best, is what we have in a way taught ourselves.|
The Theory Design Lab is an interdisciplinary facility for the development of virtual theories and resulting simulations and edutainment. Interesting topics for virtual theories include astronomy, exobiology, astrosociobiology, terraforming projects and, of course, Dragon Genetics.
Theories from the Theory Design Lab can be used in regular subjects or in a subject "Theory". Theory can have the special property that the teacher presents interdisciplinary topics, possibly following the stated interests and requests of the audience, but that every lesson contains alternative theories, mistakes or describes theories that merely happen to disagree with reality; the audience has to consider the propositions and has to decide which parts they believe in. In theory the audience should vote at the end of each lesson which theories or parts of theories they believe and which parts they don't believe. Theory can have the advantage of edutainment: Some theories may get funny enough to have real entertainment value for a larger audience.
Forum — the public forum of the Theory Design Lab
- Meta-schoolbook Writer's Guide (Wikibooks)
- Assistant teacher course: Theory formation
- Topic:Post-information society
- Center for intercultural competence with artificial intelligences
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