Values for Archetypal Cubes – set #3 (2 cubes)
Values for Archetypal Cubes – set #4 (2 cubes)
The cubes of the Cube-O-Probe are color coded to make it easy to constitute different aggregates from the several sets.
The following is one cube set of dichotomies taken from what I term the Covert Pairs of the experiential learning theory of David A. Kolb.
Tomorrow I’ll use the set to address a situation for learning.
Cross Format – Cube-O-Probe
Ken and I tossed the ‘Probe before our staff development moment at Wadsworth Public Library. It identified some factors to consider before our program. For example, Ken and I discussed how to keep the group coloring within the lines of our process for the sake of both clarity and effectiveness. It was good head’s up.
As a procedural heuristic device, the Cube-O-Probe sets a sunny top three cubes and a lunar bottom three cubes, with the two X-axis cubes mediating both above and below.
The above toss, spilled out prior to this afternoon’s program, is welcome as it suggests it would be wise to think about over-theorizing–going too far–in the direction of the normative theory in this afternoon’s virtual program (for the Experiential Learning Community of Practice, Generating Paradox. Overt and Covert Polarities in David A. Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle.
The other half of the lunar side carries a more ominous hint upon which to reflect.