Open University Innovating Pedagogy Report, 2019

Jenny Connected

2019). Innovating Pedagogy 2019: Open University Innovation Report 7. As the report says: Place-based learning isn’t new, but mobile technologies have opened up new possibilities in this area. Making thinking visible – opening windows into student learning.

2019 155

Mapping the social innovation ecosystems around public libraries together: the Czech connection(s)

Making CommunitySense

The Tilburg Public Library is known for its groundbreaking library innovations, such as the recently opened LocHal , which is truly a “ world-class urban living room for Tilburg in an iconic former locomotive shed of the Dutch National Railways” More about that in a future post.

2019 207

The Meaning of ‘Flow’ in Education

Jenny Connected

The importance of an open, patient attention to the world, as opposed to a wilful, grasping attention.

2019 193

The Meaning of Depth and Breadth in Education

Jenny Connected

What might it mean to think of breadth in education, not in terms of curriculum coverage, but in terms of flexibly using different types of attention to open ourselves up to understanding the world? Sea port with the Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba, by Claude Lorrain (1648).

2019 174

Tool of the month: interactive video

Joitske Hulsebosch

However, the meetup opened up a whole new world of interactive video. It is very nice to see what is possible and it definitely opens up your creativity. H5P H5P is an open source program that you can use for free.

2019 130

Attending to the invisible ‘Other’

Jenny Connected

Mejias believes that there are things we can do politically to address this; choices are important; research will have to become more open. Kochi Biennale 2019. Attention is how we relate to the world and what we attend to determines what we see.

2019 148

What did Socrates ever do for us?

Jenny Connected

But maybe by signing his own death sentence Socrates scored the most important goal of his career and ensured that he would go down in history as the founder of moral philosophy, who established the method of trying to get at truth through persistent open questioning.

2019 139

How facilitation can lead to exclusion

Net-Map Toolbox

collaboration conference facilitation musings open questions Exclusion Inclusion Liberating StructuresI was totally thrilled to go to the first Liberating Structures Global Gathering in Seattle last month, to play with my facilitation superheros. Liberating Structures are a set of facilitation tools, gathered and curated based on a strong philosophy.

2019 89

Open web, newcomers and community tools

Mathemagenic

I guess it had to do not only with the state of things on the web but also with my own processes of learning in other spaces and building up enough energy to rejoin in the open. And there are more people who come back home to what they have known before “the silos Siren’s lured us in” as Ton Zijlstra eloquently writes : Returning to the open web is in that sense not a difficult step to make. When was the last time you helped someone get started on the open web?

2019 89

Engaged Customer definitions: Super Users, Influencers, Advocates

Community Guy

They share their opinions about the company openly, positive and negative. Definitions are important. Language matters. . We know that all community have stratifications amongst their members. Some members are very active, some very passive…a plenty of shades in between. Beyond just members with “standard” activity levels, we think about the most active, most passionate, most influential members and how we can get them helping to drive our community, marketing, and business goals. .

2019 89

Unschooling myself: traces through time

Mathemagenic

About the challenges of staying open and having an environment build on trust and knowledge of each other. Something I find amazing every time I experience it – how unschooling as an educational choice for the kids turns to be a personal learning trajectory for us, as parents. Over the years it made me face my worst fears and imperfections, to see and accept things as they are and to learn from that point.

2019 89

Differences are real; divisiveness is a choice

Chris Corrigan

These differences are essential to living and working in complexity, because a homogeneous view of a situation leaves you open to crises hitting you unawares. When this happens a kind of vacuum opens up between people and that gap is the thing that populists exploit.

2019 91

Walking away from facebook

Chris Corrigan

When commenting began, discussion started to remain in a limited number of places but it was all open in the public and available to anyone. Comment spam really killed open discussion and maintain spam free comments sections is time-consuming.

2019 95

Stuck, (un)schooling and social, writing

Mathemagenic

Robert and Alexander are doing rounds of open days in secondary schools around us (yes, all options are open, as it was from the beginning :)) Our homeschooling group is meeting tomorrow to discuss new format of meetings after things went out of order last year. I was trying to write some end-of-the-year posts, but everything that I’d like to summarise changes very fast. So instead something quick – a few things that make me busy thinking now.

2019 89

The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

When the Executive mindset shifts to “value producing”, the aperture of community strategy widens to a rich set of possibilities: community advocacy programs, open innovation, peer to peer mentoring, complex content sharing, co-design of products and much more.

2019 46

My personal year of learning about evaluation

Chris Corrigan

I invite you to join us there for what will be a really amazing set of conversations intended to open up our practices and apply these tools to complex projects. For a number of years I have been studying and learning about evaluation.

2019 76

Planning in pure dialogue

Chris Corrigan

In Open Space we talk about the principle of “When it’s over it’s over” meaning that all creative work has a rhythm and flow to it.

2019 74

“But what if our people dominate?”

Chris Corrigan

Use a process like Open Space or World Cafe that allows participants to set their own agendas. Have truly open questions. The questions need to be open and honest, and the group you assemble needs to be the people best suited to explore the question and create actions around it. Beyond that, truly open questions make it easy to encourage people to listen to one another and they de-centre expertise, meaning that the group itself can truly become the experts.

2019 61

Curious About Radical Non-Duality But Hate Videos?

How to Save the World

So for them I have made lightly-edited transcripts of the opening remarks from three of Tony’s recordings: 2012 meeting: Original audio here.

2019 48

Capacity building and scaling a participatory approach

Chris Corrigan

In 2003 I started working with David Stevenson to use Open Space, Cafe, Circle, and the four fold practice to begin to build an indigenous governance systems for child and family services in BC.

2019 69

“But what about naysayers?”

Chris Corrigan

Does the door open in or out? Perhaps I need to curate a series of posts called “The Whatabout Chronicles.” ” When I’m teaching participatory leadership or sharing complexity tools, folks who are wedded to traditional linear mind and tool sets often raise objections. “Complexity would be nice, but we haven’t got the time. We have to get this problem solved now, and we need a plan to do it.”

2019 56

From the feed

Chris Corrigan

New Power is reflected in both models (crowd-sourced, open access, very different from the ‘consume and comply’ Old Power variety or the ‘participation farms’ of Uber and Facebook) and values (informal, collaborative, transparent, do it yourself, participatory but with short-term affiliations).

2019 58

Reasons why I am happy to be in Kerala at the end of December

Jenny Connected

Because the people are so wonderfully open-hearted and friendly. Because life is in the open air. Because 2019 feels more promising from here.

2018 151

Data Residency in Office 365 – It’s Complicated

Michael Sampson - Currents

– current customers who have a tenant based in Canada but who have never opened nor touched Microsoft Teams. In 2019 there will be a migration option for customers based in Canada (their tenant is homed there), and by extension, this will apply for Australia and Japan too.

2018 116

New Year’s Eve in Kerala, 2018

Jenny Connected

It struck me that the article has many messages for how I might wish to progress into 2019. ” “It’s in any case a good discipline to keep an open mind, not to think one knows it all, and to respect and to some extent feel in awe of what is greater than ourselves.

2018 139

A decade of living and learning, hosting and harvesting

Chris Corrigan

Chris and Herb were (and still are) both enamoured with Open Space Technology and were wondering how we could use it for various organizing around Aboriginial rights and title. I have worked with people from various communities of practice, including Open Space, World Cafe, Genuine Contact and most deeply, the Art of Hosting. I have mostly survived by holding questions, opening myself to learning, and reminding myself that I don’t have to be the expert all the time.

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