Tag Archives: David A. 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

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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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Two Style Self-Reports

Print out this post to utilize the two assessment forms. Archetype Axis Reflect on the make-up of your personality and assign 15 total points to select archetypal aspects. The scale of the point system is graded this way: 4 points … Continue reading

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Two New Learning Cycles

Recently I’ve been musing about how the learning cycle of David A. Kolb could be partially re-theorized in my novel social cybernetic terms. Social Cybernetics: the system supposed by the engagement of enactive self-aware persons in relationship with one another, … Continue reading

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Discovering Novel Approaches

Learning Intention: Suggest ways of contemplating the problem I have with a person who just will not walk their talk. comment: First, a Cube-O-Probe casting from the newest Cube Sets, Archetypal #3, Archetypal #4, and Experiential learning #3. Second, this … Continue reading

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Overt Pairs of the Experiential Learning Cycle of David Kolb

[KGVID poster=”http://squareone-learning.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/Kolb-Overt_thumb257.jpg” width=”640″ height=”480″]http://squareone-learning.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/Kolb-Overt.mp4[/KGVID] Tuesday’s presentation went smoothly. The discussion was lively. I was especially gratified that two of my closest friends from outside the experiential learning community showed up. In preparing the presentation, I learned a bunch going back … Continue reading

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Surprisingly: Hectic <--> Galumphing (Polarity)

Please join me for my presentation tomorrow at 3:45pm EST. I’ve made some changes in the original description. Ha! I invented a new experiential learning tool, The Cycle of David A. Kolb’s Cycle. I originally figured I would give it … Continue reading

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Something Like a Scout

I finally took the Kolb Educator Role Profile. This result, schematically presented above, is fuzzily right inasmuch as the  KERP is able to capture some of the qualities of me–who in the normative sense of the term educator is not an … Continue reading

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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

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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

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