An Engineering Model of the Cognitive Mind image/svg+xml An Engineering Model of the Cognitive Mind 22 de julho de 2017 Carlo E. T. Oliveira Creative Commons LABASE English (EUA) cognition intelligent games EICA EICA0 EICA1 EICA2 EICA3 EICA4 EICA5 EICA6 EICA7 AGENDA Computational neuropedagogy Cognition is Non Observable The Universal Cognitive Apparatus A Dimensional Model Phylogeny, Ontogeny, Microgeny The Automaton Model Proposed Instrument Resonance Cognitive Engine Eica States Individuals Conclusion Computational neuropedagogy and the problem of learning. Cognition as the leverage of equity The exploration of non observable cognition Scientific computer games as instruments Tap into the process of learning Cognition is a non observable process internal to human brain Cognition is an internal process mostly unaccessible from the conscious mind. In the microgenetic dimension, several microprocesses concatenate to complete a chain of understanding that embodies the human reasoning. If any of these processes is broken, there is no real access to the information, since it has no meaning. Although all brains share the same structure and the same learning machine original installation, individual brain formation process and cultural interactions tend to reconfigure some areas to be prevalent and detrimental to others. EICA states Narrative Sieve State Description linguistics complexity lower level Real Object of Knowledg e (ROK) U nderstan ding of logical prepositio ns. Affective expressions. The development of thought and language. The ROK is the beginning of the learning process. Paradox Approximat ion from the point of view of a narrator. The psychological development Absence of prepositions and nexus. Language As The Universal Cognition Apparatus. Language is the mainstream vehicle of though Cognition processing is done through a language interpreting recursive automaton, where depth levels are lexical, syntactic, idiomatic and semantic constructs of learning. The Engineering Model An instrument to collect vestiges from the internal cognition engine Eica is the engine of internal cognitive acquisition, universally installed in every human brain which is responsible for the main course ofcognition process. Learning is accomplished by the eica machine, consisting of eight recognized hierarquical states ranging from simple to high complexity. Eica state set is evenly distributed among even the smalest and hetogeneous population, notwithstanding the fact tha it differs for each an every person, difference which must be dealt with to convey equality of understanding and universal access to information and learning. Capturing vestiges of internal cognition operation enables a fine an non mediated assessing of learning, providing metrics on how to match each unique cognition with proper and adapted access to knowledge. The Microgenetic Resonance The Engine of Internal Cognition EICA0 EICA1 EICA2 EICA3 EICA4 EICA5 EICA6 EICA7 EICA States Global Distribution