Monthly Archives: November 2021

Wicked Problems=Way of Life

Before taking this class, I would have described myself as someone who is very observant and appreciative of everything around me. That includes my friends, family, strangers, nature, school, fun activities and more. I will be walking around campus and … Continue reading

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Mindfulness

In this course, being mindful about my learning has shown me that you should think of things differently and from all perspectives. You also have to know that not all problems can be solved. In fact, there are many problems … Continue reading

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Mindfulness in the Living Environment

Wicked is a breathtaking word. What does it mean to have a “wicked” problem? Wicked is defined as “Evil or morally wrong” “Intended to or capable of harming someone or something” “Extremely unpleasant”  All of these definitions can be related … Continue reading

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Mindfulness in the wicked problems of the world

Before the first day of class, I had never realized mindfulness meditation existed. I learned that the difference between normal meditation and mindfulness meditation is that in mindfulness you focus on something rather than nothing. The first session was difficult … Continue reading

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Important Ways to Understanding Wicked Problems

Prior to this course, I had no clue what a wicked problem was. In fact, when I read the title of the course, I was befuddled and was very curious to see what was in store for this course. I … Continue reading

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Mind Full Ness

I have recently learned that wicked problems are problems that cannot easily be contained or reversed and has numerous different possible solutions. Being mindful about my learning has shown me that I am capable of successfully completing what needs to … Continue reading

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Mindfulness maybe not so Mindless

Let’s be honest, when I found out that we had to meditate in this class my first response was “HUH?” (like I think most other students reacted). It definitely isn’t a “normal” expectation from a college class and call me … Continue reading

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Powerful Mindset v.s. The Wicked World

When I first heard the words, “wicked problems” I didn’t really know what to think at first but the word “wicked” struck me in a way that I just had to figure out what this term really meant in this … Continue reading

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Impacts of Mindfulness

It is commonly thought that problems should be solved objectively, and not emotionally. I have found this to be quite ironic, considering humans are such emotional beings. In the last year, through developing my own self awareness I have broken … Continue reading

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The Challenges of New Practices

In this course, being mindful about my learning has shown me how difficult it is to focus on projects when you do not fully understand them. I feel I do not understand mindfulness at some times because I feel it … Continue reading

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