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Welcome to a new decade and to the first edition of the Dialogic Learning Weekly newsletter for 2020. I want to set aside some of the normal topics I share to address the bushfires here in Australia.I know many of you don’t live here in Australia but would have seen a range of media coverage over the last few months. It is important that platforms like this newsletter help share accurate information that help you understand the reality of what is happening.It has been raining here in Melbourne ov
When we sit in a circle we offer a powerful symbol that we are united and equal participants. Where it is practical, I try and start my workshops this way. I did this yesterday with teachers in a school in Sydney. After committing to some protocols, a few provocations encouraged a dialogue about teaching and learning.
In this issue I share what I am learning as I attempt to deepen, extend and abstract my experiences of dialogue. Recently I have been learning some of the indigenous origins of dialogue and how it is used within different cultures. I hope you enjoy the ideas and they get you talking.
Welcome. This week a set of provocations about EMPATHY.
I was intrigued by another post recently discussing theand the point that although they are pushing against platform capitalism, they are still very much in favour of the templated self.
My only wondering is your inclusion of other voices. Although you discuss some of the great work being done by clients, sometimes it would be nice to hear celebrations from beyond, however that may not be your intent.
Hope that helps.
P.S. I referenced your archive rather than this weeks newsletter out of respect.