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Maria Adair Composition 2 Project 1 Draft How is the educational/institutional minimum standard related to bounded rationality? What is the purpose of a minimum standard? What is educational minimum standard heavy on? Does it fail to reflect on an individual? How culture fails to value something. Assure the competence. Meadow’s Chapter: System surprise. Perception and invalidation = bounded rationality Intro: In thinking in systems, Donella Meadows explains that systems have nonexistent boundaries, but by bounded rationality, humans create boundaries for themselves. Intro: ---Meadow’s idea of bounded rationality. How it goes into a system? B1: What is the purpose of a minimum standard? Examples of minimums standards in educational settings. What is the educational minimum heavy on? B2: How it effects individuals. How does it fail to reflect on an individual? B3: How it effects a group. A general educational society. How does it make society? B4: Culture of the society fails to value---Assures the competence. Competence: T he ability to do something successfully or efficiently. (Maybe make this B3?) B5: How this causes bounded rationality. Connect it with minimum standards. Conclusion: ---Minimum standard is the outcome of bounded rationality. With bounded rationality society likes to shape an idealistic world where certain ideas and facts are seen to be the most important.
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Maria Adair Composition 2 Project 1 Draft Title In thinking in systems, Donella Meadows explains that systems have nonexistent boundaries. Since systems are imaginary and made up of many factors for it to function, it can technically have many directions to go by, and therefore has no boundaries. A person who thinks in systems can understand this, but generally, humans create boundaries within a system. People make these boundaries because of bounded rationality. ***Bounded rationality is the idea that people make choices thought their own experiences and thoughts. Since every human has a different experience, the rationality has a boundary. Through this rationality, most humans create boundaries to what is considered right and wrong, and they also transfer this to any system they are in, and imagine a boundary. One example of this process is the creation of a minimum standard, especially in an educational *platform. But is bounded rationality the real reason why we have minimum standards? Bounded rationality creates educational minimum standards and upholds it as a valuable concept to society.
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