Disposition(s)

Exploring the concept of 'disposition' following reading Heidegger, for a round-table discussion at Networked Learning 2020.

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Disposition(s) 作者: Mind Map: Disposition(s)

1. Temperament

1.1. Care

1.2. Anxiety

1.3. Nausea

2. Self

2.1. sense

2.1.1. common

2.1.2. of direction

2.2. Ego

3. Heart

3.1. Soul

3.1.1. Faculties

3.1.1.1. Mind

3.1.1.2. affections

3.1.1.3. will

3.1.1.4. conscience

3.1.1.5. memory

3.1.1.5.1. is not just a faculty - Gadamer p16

3.1.2. Facilities

3.1.2.1. Body

3.1.2.1.1. dexterity

3.1.2.1.2. Health

3.1.2.2. Senses

3.1.2.2.1. sight

3.1.2.3. The interface of Being-in-the-world

3.2. Nous

3.3. Spirit

3.4. Core

3.5. Ghost /Geist

4. Personality

4.1. Attitude

4.1.1. Mindset

4.1.1.1. Knobel Lankshear 2006

4.1.1.1.1. epistemological shift?

4.1.1.2. Watson 2011

4.1.2. State

4.1.3. Bent

4.1.4. Prejudice

4.1.5. Conviction

4.1.6. Tendency

4.2. Character

4.2.1. Trait

4.2.1.1. Leadership Theory

4.3. Inherent

4.3.1. Paskevicius, M. and Irvine, V., 2019 JIME

4.4. Identity

4.4.1. ethopoietic fashion

4.4.1.1. what else does this?

4.4.1.1.1. enrolment?

4.4.1.1.2. participation as rites of passage

4.4.1.1.3. Graduation

4.5. Demeanour

4.6. Nature

4.6.1. innate

4.6.1.1. In law

4.6.2. Misawa 2020

4.6.2.1. Bonnett's 'Self-arising'

4.6.3. Hume(!)

4.6.3.1. On Human Nature

4.7. Type

4.7.1. introvert

4.7.2. extrovert

4.8. Inveterate

4.9. Intrinsic

4.10. Fundamental

4.10.1. Elemental

4.11. Name

4.12. Ethos

4.13. Habitus

4.13.1. "Habitus is the evolving personality structure of the individual" Gallagher 2018, p192

4.13.2. identifies aspects of the development of a new (mobile learning) habitus (Pachler 2007)

4.13.3. The Habitus of Digital Scholars

4.13.3.1. Cristina Mendes Da Costa

4.13.4. Isabel Tarling's dissertation

5. Being

5.1. I am what I am

5.2. He is just like that

5.3. What do you want to be when you grow up?

5.4. Way

5.4.1. The way I am

5.5. Existentiale (noun)

5.5.1. Thrownness

5.5.2. primeordial

5.6. Pronouns

6. Inner life

6.1. Impulse

6.2. motivation

6.3. Instinct

6.4. capacity

6.4.1. a reflexive response (Gallagher 2018)

6.5. tacit knowledge

7. Manifestation

7.1. spontaneous

7.2. reaction

7.3. spinal

7.4. involuntary

7.5. what we're really like

7.6. implicit

7.7. Talent

7.7.1. BBC video

8. Orientation

8.1. Alignment

8.2. World view

9. Previous research on disposition(s)

9.1. Buss and Craik 1980 Frequency Concept of Disposition

10. Preference

10.1. Inclination

10.1.1. approach

10.1.2. intent

10.1.3. dissonance

10.1.4. predisposition

10.2. desire

10.3. Taste

10.3.1. aversion

10.3.2. liking

10.3.3. predilection

10.4. Interest

11. Further out

11.1. 'Thinking disposition'

11.2. Transformative Learning

11.3. Socio-constructivist theory

11.3.1. Boud et al. Developing evaluative judgement

11.4. ZPD

11.5. Trained gazes in LCT

11.6. Deep and surface learning

11.7. Habitual

11.8. attitudinal disposition!

11.9. Levels of the self and learning

11.9.1. What level is amenable to change?

11.9.2. The Self

11.9.2.1. Governing disposition

11.9.2.2. Faculties

11.9.2.2.1. Mind

11.9.2.2.2. Memory

11.9.2.2.3. Affections

11.9.2.2.4. Will

11.9.2.2.5. Conscience

11.9.2.3. Facilities

11.9.2.3.1. Senses

11.9.2.3.2. Arms

11.9.2.3.3. Fingers

11.9.3. What changes?

11.9.3.1. Skills

11.9.3.2. Values

11.9.3.3. Identity

11.9.3.4. Language

11.9.3.5. Knowledge

11.9.3.5.1. Blackler

11.9.3.5.2. Maton and LCT theory

11.9.3.5.3. Eraut - Tacit knowledge

11.9.3.6. Capabilities

11.9.3.6.1. Bloom

11.9.3.6.2. 'Learning styles'

11.10. Working knowledge

12. For example...

12.1. Oh _I'm_ not very technical...

12.2. Charles Dickens

12.3. Omnipotential

13. Networked Learning disposition

13.1. Propensity to think connection

13.2. Engages the network

13.3. Gives to the network

13.4. Activities/animates the network

13.4.1. Sensitivity

13.5. Exploits ICT