This is a video from Michael that highlights the idea that any facilitative action always needs to be flexible enough to adapt to the dynamic non-linear needs of people while often existing in a linear environment. Whew! That sounds exhausting just reading it. Basically we want to highlight that while this course takes place in a linear fashion (Module 1, Module 2, etc.), the material and the ideas we practice are not very linear (just like when you work with a group!). We connected them in the way that makes the most accessible sense, but as we build the Framework, you will see that working with groups requires you to hold a few ideas, awarenesses and goals in front of you at the same time, rather than going from Step 1 to Step 2. Michael uses the idea of spinning plates and learning to ride a bicycle as helpful ways to think about how this course will occur.
By Brady Rhodes|2020-04-02T12:13:30-06:00April 5th, 2019|Comments Off on Being Okay With Linear and Non-Linear Learning
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