Monthly Archives: February 2014

Kamelmauz Update

Nogutsnoglory Studio set up for live video and audio recording. The project for Jesper Nordin and Gestrument features three tracks, two of Gestrument for iPad, and one looped, processed 2 bars of pedal steel guitar, plus steel guitar atmospherics. I … Continue reading

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The Ark

Concept & Visual design by Romain Tardy Music composed by Squeaky Lobster

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Strip Teases

A Valentine from Möbius squareONE’s ‘fastest’ tool is called Mobius Strip. I build an introductory program around it, and other times I use it for one-to-one exploring.

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Thinking About Libraries

I’m thinking about public libraries again. Kenneth Warren has engaged squareONE learning to help design and guide a strategic planning inquiry for Wadsworth Public Library. We began the interactive part of the process with a staff day this week. It … Continue reading

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Awesome Photos from the Library of Congress on Flickr

Time Machine

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Stephen Brookfield & the Incremental Rhythm of Learning

Stephen Brookfield Teaching in a critically reflective way involves teachers trying to discover, and research, the assumptions that frame how they teach. In researching these assumptions, teachers have four complementary lenses through which they can view their practice; the lens … Continue reading

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Catness

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Another Ladybug Moment

[evp_embed_video url=”http://squareone-learning.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/Ladybug.mp4″] Jung did provide some paradigmatic clinical experiences about synchronicity. His most famous example was of a young woman whose analysis was in a bit of impasse based on her resistance to the notion of unconscious process until she … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Living At Home

It could be worse.

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Context in Two Shakes

For many, the most significant dimension of affordance theory is its grounding in first principles of Darwinian ecology: an organism and its environs are reciprocally shaped; perceptual features are adaptively molded in response to specific environmental features; both simple and … Continue reading

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Just Go For It

David Shiyang Lius As a creative person, I decided long ago that I wouldn’t suffer anything for it, except for small frustrations. I am no master and yet this isn’t patently obvious to others. The only mountain created by satisfying … Continue reading

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Jerome Bruner on YouTube

Jerome Bruner will be 99 this year. This is his current statement of focus at NYU: I’m interested in the various institutional forms by which culture is passed on — most particularly in school practices and in legal codes and … Continue reading

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