Innovative system change requires a change in the self to change the individual experience.
The range of what we think and do
Is limited by what we fail to notice
And because we fail to notice
That we fail to notice
There is l
A prompt often posed at meetings or conference sessions to illuminate the power of collaboration:
"Think back on a time when you engaged within a group that resulted in success."
"What were the conditions?"
Let's be honest, in our professional efforts we often intimate that the collaborative experience is a "feel good" one.
I think half the time we're as much trying to convince others as ourselves.
We also try to sell discussion, negotiation,
I love the idea that rehearses in your mind so many times that when it reappears you think of it as a new idea until you realize it's the same beautiful idea iterating itself forward.
An idea that is always on my mind:
"How do we optimi
.. I'm addicted to tabs.
As I go through the readings for coetail, I've realized that all the advances in technology and society must be directly related to the introduction of tabs in internet browsers. A quick search seems to prove my hypothes
"The greatest designers are almost always the biggest dreamers and rebels and renegades."
If you are an educator, you've probably had at least one debate with a colleague exploring whether or not creativity can be taught.
Apologies if this post goes off on a tangent a bit but I was really drawn to one particular area of the future of education and that's classroom design. When I read the post, The Classroom is Obsolete: Its Time for Something New it got me thinking
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...for I have sinned. It's been too many days since my last blog post. Mea culpa. Mea culpa. Mea culpa.
In my de