EconTalk — Doug Lemov

On: Teaching Episode: N/A Date: December 9, 2013 Background: School administrator and author. Key Subjects: Better teachers. Teaching is a performance profession involving complex behavioral tasks. Requires practice. Automate things you don’t want to think about “during the game”. Get

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EconTalk — Martin Gurri

On: Revolt of the Public Episode: N/A Date: May 25, 2020 Background: Author and former CIA analyst. Key Takeaways: More information = more uncertainty. Previous sources of false sense of certainty lose credibility (institutions, people). More complexity = easier to

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Life’s Information Hierarchy

The explanation for the complex, multi-scale structure of biological and social systems lies in their manipulation of space and time to reduce uncertainty about the future. By: Jessica C. Flack Date: April 2014 In: Santa Fe Institute Bulletin and From

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