Monthly Archives: December 2015

Cube-O-Probe: How to Work With a New Team

This is a very clear and direct roll of the Cube-O-Probe, framed by the intention, Give me crucial hints about working with the new team. My reflections on it clarified for me the necessity of allowing the wise ones to … Continue reading

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Co-Incidence? experiential learning Cycle and Adventist Theology

As I understand it, the most simple definition of a contemporary Kairos moment is: the moment at which the inborn Christological consciousness is instantiated as an active essential commission. In adventist theology, the two perfect instances of Kairos were the birth of … Continue reading

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Nora Bateson: Between generations: gaps, links and learning

Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca

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Eat or Be Eaten

World Surf League Pe’ahi Challenge These waves are over 25 feet, with most of them in the 30-40 foot range. If you wipe out and end up under the break, you can be driven 30+ feet under the surface. Big … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoons: Structure and Shifting


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