Editors:Lars Taxén
Conference:The 13th International Conference on Thinking Norrköping, Sweden, June 17-21, 2007
Publication type: Conference proceedings
Volume:2
Issue:021
Language:English
Introduction:The 13th International Conference on Thinking – Curious Minds Think and Learn by Exploring the Unknown, was held in Norrköping, Sweden, June 17-22, 2007. It was jointly organized by KK-stiftelsen – The Knowledge Foundation, Linköpings Universitet – the Host University, Norrköping – the Host City and Östergötland –  the Host County.
   This series of conferences started in Fiji in 1982, which means that the 13th conference also is the 25 year jubilee of the series. The thinking conferences focus on new ways of thinking in the major conference strands: Arts, Business, Culture, Education, Health, Politics, Media, and Sports. It emphasizes innovation and change that not only result in new concepts and practice, but also lead to new ways of thinking about old problems. The challenge for the future is to create societies that enhance social and environmental development as well as economic development. This will require giving predominance to innovative ideas, knowledge creation and the will to apply them. This conference is uniquely placed to bring together people from different disciplines, contexts and countries to both share their own breakthroughs as well as learn from other peoples stories.
   The conference was attended by 1300 participants from all over the world. The program included 8 plenary speakers, 27 featured speakers, 26 presenters of peer reviewed research papers and more than 110 other workshops and presentations (for a full list, see http://thinkingconference.org/ ).
   Proceedings Vol. 1 contain the peer reviewed papers from conference. The papers treat a variety of topics such as product development, pedagogy, creativity, social perspective on thinking, critical thinking, cognition, intelligence, ethics, learning, and thinking in general.
   Proceedings Vol. 2 contain other workshops and presentations on a voluntary basis.
   We are grateful to the authors that agreed to publish their contributions through Linköping University Electronic Press, which makes the contributions freely available.

Contents


021:001
William von Achen
Thinking in Groups: Lessons from a Decade of Facilitating Executive Peer Support Groups
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:002
Iouri Belski
Improve Your Thinking : Substance-Field Analysis
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:003
Jonte Bernhard
Thinking and Learning through Technology : Mediating Tools in Science and Engineering Education
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:004
A. Martin Buoncristiani, Patricia Buoncristiani
A Network Model of Knowledge Acquisition
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:005
Alan Cooper
Providing a Classroom Culture for Thinking and Learning Or From Good to Great without Getting Noses out of Joint!
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:006
Sandra M. Dingli
How Innovative is Your Organisation?
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:007
Hans Forsberg
“Your School Can Make a Difference in the World”
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:008
Jan Jonson
6 Thinking Hats, 3 Culture Caps and one umbrella
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:009
Bodil Jönsson
FACE it
[Article and Video]

021:010
John Leonard
Royal Australian Air Force
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:011
Peter Millward
Taking Up the Challange from the 12th Conference
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:012
Kurt Mullane
Mental Maps for the 21st Century
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:013
Steve Parker
Using Mind Mapping and Backard Design Principles with Students to Explore and Identify Assessment Requirements, Learning Needs, and Topic Plans
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:014
Luíz Moniz Pereira, Ludwig Krippahl
On Teaching Critical Thinking to Engineering Student
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:015
Ann S. Pihlgren
A short introduction and handout to the workshop: Socratic Seminar in the Tradition of Early Swedish Popular Education, Folkbildning
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:016
Monika von Oppel, Charles Rheault
Cognition Recognition
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:017
Maria Salih
A Proposed Model of Self-Generated Analogical Reasoning for the Concept of Translation in Protein Synthesis
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:018
Hans-Åke Scherp
Learning Teachers and Learning School Leaders
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:019
C. J. Simister
Spiral Thinking
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:020
Kristen Snyder
The Digital Culture and Communication
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:021
Jane Stewart
Supporting the Introduction of Thinking Processes & Personal Learning into Victorian Government Schools
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:022
Ivar Sviestins
Global Photo Project
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:023
Charlene Tan
Teaching Critical Reasoning, the MTV Way
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:024
Rita Hagevik, Robert Swartz
Teaching Critical Thinking Skills and the Nature of Science through Problem-based Learning
[Abstract and Fulltext]

021:025
Roger Hayward
Sustainability as a Framework for Inquiry
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Year:2007
Series:Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):1650-3740
ISSN (online):1650-3686
Available:2008-02-05
Publisher:Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet

REFERENCE TO THIS PAGE
Lars Taxén (2007). The 13th International Conference on Thinking Norrköping, Sweden, June 17-21, 2007 http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp_home/index.en.aspx?issue=021;vol=2 (8/20/2014)