Creating the System: We Make the Road by Walking

I have the honor of working with Matthew Norman from Barcelona, Spain – a colleague and Certified Dialogue Education Practitioner (CDEP). He is teaching pastors in his church community how to use Dialogue Education in designing and delivering sermons. This is important work! Part of the content for the course is about the system we […]

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Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor:  The True, the Good and the Beautiful

Not in that order: but do you see the connection? I was stunned, reading William Isaacs’ 1999 book Dialogue: And the Art of Thinking Together to discover the correlation between our well-tested axiom “learning is always cognitive, affective and psychomotor” and the classic theme of the true, the good and the beautiful. I had never […]

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Tuesdays with Jane: Week #15

(Tuesdays with Jane is a virtual learning series for those wishing to read or re-read Jane's books and immediately apply their new learning to their workplace. In preparation for this task, read Chapter 14 of Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach.) Engagement:  Learning Actively Hospice has long been one of my favorite organizations. This chapter shows […]

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Tuesdays with Jane: Week #14

(Tuesdays with Jane is a virtual learning series for those wishing to read or re-read Jane's books and immediately apply their new learning to their workplace. In preparation for this task, read Chapter 13 of Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach.) Teamwork:  Celebrating Learning Together This chapter celebrates the transformation of young, war-scarred soldiers into laughing, […]

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