Tag Archives: “Alice Kolb”

Sitting On a Porch, but not any porch

Dave Kolb and I enjoyed the longest conversation we ever managed to conduct over the fifteen years we’ve been friends and something like, but not really exactly like, colleagues. Our shared interest is the experiential learning theory* he helped conceptualize … Continue reading

Posted in adult learning, experiential learning, friends, my research, psychology | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Minding the Mind

My favorite (Gregory) Batesonian teaching story, reconfigured and originally via Idries Shah. A frenchman is teaching another french rudimentary english. “So, the word for froid crème glacée is ‘cold ice cream.’ ” “What’s the word for chaude crème glacée?” “Oh, … Continue reading

Posted in adult learning, Gregory Bateson, sufism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

FIELD OF FRAMES

Sometime in the spring of 2001 my colleague and professional partner Judith hipped me to an interesting project. She knew a filmmaker who was hoping to commence a project about sports and experiential learning. ‘Would I be interested in talking … Continue reading

Posted in adult learning, experiential learning, play | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment