Internet is an alternative way for face-to-face interaction. People find that the Internet is a faster way of communicating, learning, and interacting. In the other words, our society has shift the way of “hanging out, chatting, and talking” from face-to-face, writing a letter, or talking on the phone to using the Internet to sending emails,… Read More


The difference between formulative and formulated thinking is that ‘formulative thinking‘ is still in process or developing, and ‘formulated thinking‘ has been created or expressed. If an idea is a formulative, it means that one is developing the thought by collecting evidence, data and information to verify that it’s valid and could be held accountable. When a… Read More


“It is often said that programming for a computing machine forces one to think clearly, that it disciplines the thought process.” — Dr. Licklider I totally agree with what he said. I’ve experienced it myself when I was analyzing the obvious. When I asked a question “why does the sun rises in the morning?”, I thought… Read More


“Sun rises in the morning” why does it rise in the morning? Why does the sun not “rise” at any other time like afternoon, evening, or night? What is morning? How do we know time? Who created time? From my research with the question “why does the sun rise in the morning?” the answer I… Read More


(1) Existing skills and dispositions: Reading Taking notes asking questions seeking for answers using existing resources willing to learn new things; accept new ideas; open-minded use logic/facts to analyze things (e.g. if something is true, why and how could it be?)   (2) Resources, frameworks, methods, strategies and practices that have helped you develop your… Read More


My interpretation of “associative trail” is the something that’s connected or relation to one another. Such as the associative trail of learning, which one subject could connect to another and lead to the path of learning. For instance, a topic in a sociology–about how people in one society value things differently than another and why we… Read More