Sharing our vulnerabilities

Chris Corrigan

It’s easy working and hanging out with him (we’re doing both this weekend in Salt Lake City and next week in New Mexico!). Over the past few days several friends of mine have blogged pieces that capture their vulnerable moments.

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Lessons from VizEd Vancouver

Full Circle Associates

Finally, we asked people to think about how they would apply their new found/enhanced visual skills when they headed back to their classrooms and offices combined with a short visual reflection of their day. I enjoyed being challenged to approach what I normally do in a new way.

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Asking for help

Chris Corrigan

I’m in New Mexico this week where we will be back together with our colleagues from the Navajo Nation, working together to keep finding collaborative ways to address health and wellness and community resilience in the Navajo Nation.

Stand by Me Across the Globe Through Music

Portals and KM

It starts in the Santa Monica, goes through my hometown, New Orleans, and continues around the world to places like Zuni New Mexico, Amsterdam, South Africa, Pisa, Moscow, Caracas, and Barcelona. Here is a music video, Stand by Me , I found through Twitter – thanks @reneclemens. I have listened to it several times and wanted to share it here. It sponsored by Pl aying for a Change. Here is J ohn Lennon’s version of Stand by Me. Here is the original Ben E. King version.

System dynamics applied to music

Making Sense With Facilitated Systems

One of the project teams from last year's system dynamics class in the Information School at the University of Washington will be presenting their work at the International System Dynamics Society Conference this summer in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

EducationPrevents Finding Your Sweet Spot: In his new book, Ken Robinson is also restating my bookssweet spot hypothesis. And bonus links to another article on anIC in New Mexico, Sunflower River. Music to meditate by, from Gemini Sun records, a great new agemusic stream. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works.

Links for the Week: May 2, 2009

How to Save the World

Education Prevents Finding Your Sweet Spot: In his new book, Ken Robinson is also restating my book's 'sweet spot' hypothesis. And bonus links to another article on an IC in New Mexico, Sunflower River. Music to meditate by, from Gemini Sun records, a great new age music stream. BLOG Links for the Week: May 3, 2009. Two weeks' worth of links to catch up with, so descriptions are shorter than usual, and some of the links I'm saving for next week.

How to: 5 Steps for hosting a successful online event


Forum One recently supported a groundbreaking, education summit in New Mexico: "Unleashing Knowledge and Innovation for the Next Generation of Learning", convened by the Stupski Foundation , West Wind Education Policy , and the Knowledge Alliance. Plan ahead and try out new techniques for online engagement, but don't be afraid to switch direction mid-stream.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » What’s happening at the Economist?

Ken Carroll

Spanish is useful throughout the USA but especially in SW states like Arizona, New Mexico and California, as well as Florida or Texas– you basically can’t get a job there w/o Spanish, due to these states’ histories emerging from Mexico War or similar conflicts. I like this new blog. Congrats on the new blog Ken! I keep reading things in the New York Times that I find appallingly vapid. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0