February 6, 2013 – 4:16pm
Tony Bate’s article “No. 1 aha moment: media are different” (http://www.tonybates.ca/2013/01/26/no-1-aha-moment-media-are-different/) reminded me of active versus passive learning….which led me to what media would have the greatest impact… perhaps the message that has the shortest distance to travel to the brain. Ideally the message would be ingested directly, but a Tekwar headset device (“tek” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TekWar) would provide a non-invasive procedure.
Back to the future of 2013 where moving images and sound are projected from a 2D surface, is video media pushing the message to your visual receptors? At what point do you begin to pull the message to your visual receptors?… when the image gets cloudy or static?
Does paper present a weaker push signal and a stronger pull signal to receptors?
Is there any relationship between push/pull and passive/active learning?
What would force a pull condition over a push? Socratic vs Nanny state?
How do you make the message activate the cortex to action…at least to flight or fight as opposed to inanimate object?
The Message ….