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Perkins, David N. Archimedes' bathtub : the art and logic of breakthrough thinking / David Perkins. 1st ed. New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c2000. 0393047954 Book x, 292 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. Thought and thinking. Inspiration. Creative thinking.

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Table of Contents: The Idea of Breakthrough Thinking -- Thinking like Leonardo -- From Sufi Tales to James Bond Thrillers -- The Logic of Lucking Out -- Is There a Science of Breakthrough Thinking? -- The Art of Breakthrough Thinking -Thinking's Big Bang -- Clues for the Clueless -- Walking through Walls -- Anything but That -- Mind, Brain, and Breakthrough Thinking -- Breakthroughs on Trial -- Is There a Mental Overdrive? -- Presence of Mind -- Knowing Too Much and Forgetting Enough -- Does Nature Think? -Evolution Breaks Through -- Blind Minds and Smart Evolution -- Why We're Stuck with Breakthrough Thinking. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

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================================================================================ Title: Art, mind, and education : research from Project Zero / edited by Howard Gardner and D.N. Perkins. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1989. 0252016378 (alk. paper) 0252060806 (pbk. : alk. paper) Book x, 173 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Harvard Project Zero. Arts and children. Arts--Study and teaching. Cognition in children. Originally published as v. 22, no. 1 (1988) of Journal of aesthetic education. Includes bibliographies and index.

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Gardner, Howard. Perkins, David N.

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================================================================================ Title: Informal reasoning and education / edited by James F. Voss, David N. Perkins, Judith W. Segal. Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1991. 0805802088 0805802096 (pbk.) Book xvii, 498 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching. Reasoning--Study and teaching. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Perkins, David N. The intelligent eye : learning to think by looking at art / David N. Perkins. Santa Monica, Calif. : Getty Center for Education in the Arts, c1994. 089236274X : Book xiv, 95 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Visual perception. Art appreciation. Critical thinking.

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Table of Contents: Foreword / Mary Ann Stankiewicz -- 1. Art and the Art of Intelligence -- 2. The Intelligent Eye -- 3. The Challenge of the Invisible -- 4. Knowledge Gaps and

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Intelligence Traps -- 5. Giving Looking Time -- 6. Making Looking Broad and Adventures -- 7. Making Looking Clear and Deep -- 8. Making Looking Organized -- 9. Building the Mind through Art. Notes: Series: Includes bibliographical references (p. 91-93). Occasional paper (Getty Center for Education in the Arts) ; 4.

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================================================================================ Title: Inventive minds : creativity in technology / edited by Robert J. Weber, David N. Perkins. New York : Oxford University Press, 1992. 0195071700 (alk. paper) Book x, 350 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Creative ability in technology--Congresses. Creative thinking--Congresses. Inventions--Congresses.

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Table of Contents: Introduction : the unphilosopher's stone / Robert J. Weber and David N. Perkins -- Perspiration in perspective : changing perceptions of genius and expertise in American invention / Robert Friedel -- Inventing the field : Michael Faraday and the creative "engineering" of electromagnetic field theory / Ryan D. Tweney -- A cognitive framework to understand technological creativity : Bell, Edison, and the telephone / W. Bernard Carlson and Michael E. Gorman -- Why Wilbur and Orville? : some thoughts on the Wright Brothers and the process of inventions / Tom D. Crouch -- Electron microscopy and microprobe analysis : recalling the ambience of some inventions / James Hillier -- The origin of soft-tissue ultrasonic echoing and early instrumental application to clinical medicine / John J. Wild. The Soil Biotron : an underground research laboratory / James A. Teeri -- The synthesis of diamonds / Robert H. Wentorf, Jr. -- The origin and development of the first zeolite catalyst for petroleum cracking / Edward J. Rosinski -- Discovery and invention in polymer chemistry / Paul W. Morgan -- The genesis of the antiparasitic drug ivermectin / William C. Campbell -- Stone age knife to Swiss army knife : an invention prototype / Robert J. Weber -- The topography of invention / David N. Perkins -- The analytic inventive thinking model / Jacob Helfman -- Invention in the industrial research laboratory : individual act or collective process? / David A.

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Hounshell -- Inventors and corporations in the maturing electrical industry / 1890-1940 / George Wise -Technology on the move : the role of patents / Donald J. Quigg -- Conclusion : effable invention / David N. Perkins and Robert J. Weber. Notes: Papers presented at the Inventive Minds Conference, held in Tulsa, Okla. Nov. 3-5, 1989. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Perkins, David N. King Arthur's round table : how collaborative conversations create smart organizations / David Perkins. Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley, c2003. 0471237728 (CLOTH : alk. paper) Book xiii, 274 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Communication in organizations.

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Table of Contents: King Arthur's Dream -- A Smarter Table -- Putting Our Heads Together -- Power to the People -- Cooling Down Conflict -- Team Intelligence -- From Camelot to Reality -Organizations Are Made of Conversations -- Ernesto's Truth -- ImageTech and VisionTech -- How Round Is Your Table? -- Process Smart and Deciding Smart -- People Smart and the Language of Actions -- The Usual Suspects -- Two Archetypes of Negotiation -- Contact Architecture -- Yakety Yak and Feedback -- Yakety Yak, 1958 -- The Dilemma of Feedback -- Three Faces of Feedback -- Which Style When? -- A Feedback Camelot -- Four Brands of Better Feedback -- Findings from the Feedback Front -Who to Whom -- Here There Be Dragons -- The Difficulties of Being of One Mind -- Mind Melds -- What Is Intelligence? -- The Five-Brain Backlash -- Cognitive Oversimplification -- Emotional Oversimplification -Regression in the Face of Stress -- The Domino Effect -The Power Advantage -- Are We Ready to Give Up Yet? -From Lordship to Leadership -- Policy 113 -- What Leaders Do -- Four Forms of Leadership -- Leadership for Intelligence -- Man with a Horn -- Streetwise Street by Street -- Here There Be Dragons -- Ants, Weather, and Organizational Intelligence -- King Arthur's Ants -Common Scents -- Knowledge Weather -- Why Should I Buy

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This? -- Yes, But, Rebut -- The Asian Executive's Question -- Making the Weather -- Collaboration, not Coblaboration -- One of Seven -- Three Faces of Coblaboration -- What Facilitation Does and Why It is Not Enough. The Good: What Collaboration Means, How It Helps, and When It Helps -- The Bad: The Pitfalls of Problem Sharing -The Rules of Which -- The Ugly: The Challenge of Collaborative Citizenship -- The Art of Citizenship -Here There Be Dragons -- Creative Conflict, Tragic Trust -- A Tragedy of Trust -- Calm as a Clam -- Three Ways of Settling Conflict -- Regressive and Progressive Conflict -- How Trust Works -- Trust in the Land of Lear -Better Conflict through Trust -- Here There Be Superdragons -- Climbing toward Camelot -- Presto Change-o -- Poetry in Motion -- The One-Eyed Woman -Pocket Change -- How Change Takes Flight -- The Dragon Unlearning -- The Three Arts of Unlearning -- The Road to Camelot -- Epilog: Rounding the World. Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-264) and index.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Publisher: ISBN: Description: Perkins, David N. Knowledge as design / D.N. Perkins. Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1986. 0898598397 : 089859863X (pbk.) : Book xvi, 231, [16] p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching. Reasoning. Knowledge, Theory of. Imagery (Psychology) Pattern perception. Bibliography: p. [242]-[247].

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Publisher: ISBN: Description: Perkins, David N. The mind's best work / D.N. Perkins. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1981. 0674576276 Book ix, 314 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.) Creative ability. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [301]-309.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Perkins, David N. Outsmarting IQ : the emerging science of learnable intelligence / by David Perkins. Outsmarting intelligence quotient New York : Free Press, c1995. 0029252121 Book x, 390 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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Intellect. Intelligence levels--Social aspects. Nature and nurture. Learning, Psychology of.

Table of Contents: Telescopes and Intelligence -- An Apple Cart Waiting to Be Upset -- Reconstructing the Universe -- Goddard's List -- The Revolution We Need -- An Evolutionary Double Bind -- Three Mindware Questions -- Isn't the Revolution Over Yet? -- The Affirmative Revolution -- In Search of Intelligence -- The Mind's Apple Falls -- A Number for the Mind -- Intelligent Behavior -- Visible Intelligence -- The Fundamental Experiment -- Inside the Mind's Apple -- The Empire of IQ -- The One and Only Intelligence -Fast Neurons -- Your Destiny Written in Your Genes -- Is IQ Fair? -- Intelligence as Essence -- The Great IQ Roast -- Multiple Intelligences -- Changeable Intelligence -- Intelligence as Expertise -- Strategic Intelligence -- From Clarity to Chaos -- True Intelligence -- Three Rival Theories -- The New Intelligence -- How the Three Dimensions Work Together -- The Prospects of Learnable Intelligence -- Learnable Intelligence on Trial -- What's Wrong with My Neighbors' Thinking? -- If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It! -- The March of Folly -- John Wayne Reasoning -- Mindlessness -- A Study of Everyday Thinking -- A Sampler of Other Evidence -- My Thinking -- The Intelligence Paradox -Is the Paradox Real? -- Intelligence Traps -- The Pattern Machine -- Why Homer Thrives -- Why Homer Nods -- More Causes of Defaults in Thinking -- Hope for a Better Homer -- Intelligence Can Be Taught -- Project Intelligence -- Reuven Feuerstein's Instrumental Enrichment -- Edward de Bono's CoRT -- Matthew Lipman's Philosophy for Children. Teaching Content and Thinking Together -- Should We Be Satisfied? -- The Great Debate -- Before the Fall: The Golden Age of General Strategies -- The Argument from Expertise -- The Argument from Weak Methods -- The Argument from Transfer -- The Case for Reflective Intelligence -- What the Mind is Made of -- The Right Stuff -- The Right Stuff Question -- Beyond Mental Strength -- Beyond Mental Processes -- Beyond Expertise -- How Experiential and Reflective Intelligence Relate -- Mapping the Mindscape -- Mirrors of Mystery -- The Soul of Intelligence -- The Mind's Ladder -- The Shape of the Mindscape -- How the Map Matters -- The Reaction Against g: Psychometric Boundaries -- Gardner's Multiple Intelligences: Neural and Social Boundaries -- Mike Anderson's Model: Boundaries Between Information Processing Mechanisms -- Feuerstein's Model: Boundaries Between Phases -- Baron's Search-Inference Framework: Boundaries from the Logic of Search -- Sternberg's Triarchic Theory of Intelligence: Boundaries from Context and Subtask -- Why Different Maps Are Different -- Mindware and the Millennium -- The Evolution of Intelligence -- Distributed Intelligence -- Embracing Complexity -- Dialectical Thinking -- The Metacurriculum -- The Artificial Intelligence of Human Beings.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Perkins, David N. Smart schools : better thinking and learning for every child / David Perkins. New York : Free Press, [c1995] 0028740181 Book ix, 262 p. ; 25 cm. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching--United States. Learning, Psychology of. Comprehension. Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-255) and index.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Perkins, David N. Smart schools : from training memories to educating minds / David Perkins. New York : Free Press ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1992. 0029252156 : Book ix, 262 p. ; 25 cm. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching--United States. Learning, Psychology of. Comprehension.

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Summary:

"The past twenty years have seen breakthroughs from cognitive scientists investigating thinking and learning as well as school anthropologists probing the culture of classrooms, schools, and their community contexts; but these valuable insights have yet to be applied to public education on a broad scale. Smart Schools is the first book to show how these pathbreaking findings can he effectively used within the classroom." "Although there has been much debate over the sad state of American education today, and a variety of solutions have been offered ranging from school choice to national testing, surprisingly little attention has been paid to how children actually learn to think. As Perking persuasively demonstrates, we cannot solve our education problems by simply redistributing power or by asking children to regurgitate facts on a multiple choice exam; rather we must look at the kinds of knowledge students typically acquire in school. As his own and others' research indicates, students from first grade on through college often have only the most fragile and superficial kind of knowledge even after considerable instruction in a subject. He shows where students typically make mistakes by examining the kinds of misguided strategies they use in trying to understand a topic. He also shows why traditional teaching approaches often result in the students' limited grasp of a subject. Perking then introduces an impressive array of methods that have been shown to dramatically increase a student's understanding. His is a workable, practical model for change.". "Parents, teachers, principals, and members of school boards, as well as all those concerned about the state of education in our nation today, will find Smart Schools indispensable reading that offers systematic methods to help students to think and perform more effectively."--BOOK JACKET.

Table of Contents: 1. Smart Schools -- 2. The Alarm Bells -- 3. Teaching and Learning: Theory One and Beyond -- 4. Content: Toward a Pedagogy of Understanding -- 5. Curriculum: Creating the Metacurriculum -- 6. Classrooms: The Role of Distributed Intelligence -- 7. Motivation: The Cognitive Economy of Schooling -- 8. Victory Gardens for Revitalized Education -- 9. The Challenge of Wide-Scale Change -- Appendix: A checklist for change. Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-255) and index.

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al.]. Publisher: ISBN: Description: New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. 0195089383 (acid-free paper) Book xvi, 288 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Educational technology. Science--Study and teaching. Mathematics--Study and teaching. Computer-assisted instruction. School management and organization. "As American students confront the multiple challenges of standardized tests, international comparisons, and drop-out pressures, educators and policy makers are seeking bold new teaching approaches with increasing urgency. One such approach - the introduction of innovative computer technologies into the classroom has met with enthusiasm among students and instructors alike." "Software Goes to School brings together leading experts to offer an in-depth examination of how computer technology can play an invaluable part in educational efforts through its unique capacities to support the development of students' understanding of difficult concepts. Focusing on three broad themes - the nature of understanding, the potential of technology in the classroom, and the transformation of educational theory into practice - the contributors discuss a wealth of subjects central to any efforts that intend to improve our schools. Topics range from the difficulties students encounter when learning new ideas (especially in science and mathematics), to how the right software allows for hands-on manipulation of abstract concepts, to the social realities of the educational environment." "Lively and engaging, the book is must reading for students, researchers, and professionals in educational psychology, developmental psychology, software design, and for others who hope to see new technologies have a positive impact on our schools."--BOOK JACKET.

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Table of Contents: 1. Can Technology Help Teach for Understanding? / Raymond S. Nickerson -- 2. Use of History of Science to Understand and Remedy Students' Misconceptions About Heat and Temperature / Marianne Wiser -- 3. On Understanding the Nature of Scientific Knowledge / Susan Carey and Carol Smith -- 4. History of Mathematics as a Tool for Teaching Mathematics for Understanding / Carlos E. Vasco -- 5. Inside Understanding / David N. Perkins, David Crismond, Rebecca Simmons and Chris Unger -- 6. Shuttling Between the Particular and the General: Reflections on the Role of Conjecture and Hypothesis in the Generation of Knowledge in Science and Mathematics / Judah L. Schwartz -- 7. Conceptually Enhanced Simulations: A Computer Tool for Science Teaching / Joseph Snir, Carol Smith and Lorraine Grosslight -- 8. Creating Cybernetic and Psychological Ramps from the Concrete to the Abstract: Examples from Multiplicative Structures / James J. Kaput -- 9. Multiple

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Representations: A Vehicle for Understanding Understanding / E. Paul Goldenberg -- 10. The Right Size Byte: Reflections of an Educational Software Designer / Judah L. Schwartz -- 11. A Cultural Perspective on School-University Collaboration / Martha Stone Wiske -- 12. Managing the Tensions in Connecting Students' Inquiry with Learning Mathematics in School / Magdalene Lampert -- 13. Constructing Understanding in the Science Classroom: Integrating Laboratory Experiments, Student and Computer Models, and Class Discussion in Learning Scientific Concepts / Joseph Snir and Carol Smith -14. Teaching the Metacurriculum: A New Approach to Enhancing Subject-Matter Learning / Steven H. Schwartz and David N. Perkins -- 15. Integrating Computers into Classroom Teaching: Cross-National Perspectives / Margaret Vickers and Jane Smalley. Notes: Other Contributors: Perkins, David N. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Nickerson, Raymond S. The teaching of thinking / Raymond S. Nickerson, David Perkins, Edward E. Smith. Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1985. 0898595398 : Book xii, 383 p. ; 24 cm. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching. Reasoning--Study and teaching. Problem solving--Study and teaching. Includes index. Bibliography: p. 346-366.

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================================================================================ Author: Title: Swartz, Robert J. Teaching thinking : issues and approaches / written by Robert J. Swartz & D.N. Perkins. Rev. ed. Pacific Grove, CA : Midwest Publications, c1990. 089455378X Book xix, 265 p. ; 23 cm. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching. Includes bibliographical references. Practitioners' guide to teaching thinking series

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================================================================================ Title: Thinking : the second international conference / edited by D.N. Perkins, Jack Lochhead, John Bishop. Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1987. 0898598052 Book xv, 555 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Thought and thinking--Congresses. Thought and thinking--Study and teaching--Congresses. Papers presented at the 1984 International Conference on Thinking, held at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, Mass. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Perkins, David N. Lochhead, Jack, 1944Bishop, John (John Christopher) Harvard University. Graduate School of Education. Conference on Thinking (2nd : 1984 : Harvard Graduate School of Education)

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