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2013 L3 Education & Transformation
Transcript of 2013 L3 Education & Transformation
“Life begins at the
of your Comfort Zone
So if you’re feeling
know that the
in your life is a
, not an ending.”
Neale Donald Walsch
Learning itself, is not only the acquisition of knowledge, but a way of organising, making decisions and exploring our assumptions and constructing a new reality.
Ideally, we should continually be undergoing this process.
Using D.I.V.E. to go deeper…..
Think of a time when ‘deep learning’
Light bulb moment?
An epiphany or an ‘aha’ moment?!
Is transformation, as Mezirow seems to suggest, a
Can we be
of its occurrence, then come to know it
Can it be a deeply emotional process: emotionally
Does it influence
as well as
If some people talk about it as working at the level of ‘
’, what might they mean?
“Beyond the looking glass, in a monastery, through the gate of purgatory, or under the tutelage of a master, there is a
in which education can transform individuals, organizations and societies. There one can get an education distinct from that acquired on the traditional path taken from infancy to majority. An education that is
redirects and reenergizes those who
pause to reflect
on what their lives have been and take on new purposes and perspectives…”
“Those experiences which we now label transformative have been part of societies as far back as we have historical records. In most ancient cultures changes in roles were formalized in ritual practices. People participated in rites of passage at certain stages in their physiological development: at puberty, at majority …at maturity. The societal rituals have largely disappeared, but the needs for transformational pauses in our journeys are perhaps even more important now.”
Rite of Passage - van Gennep
Formula or recipe - Vogler
(McWhinney & Markos 2003)
(McWhinney & Markos 2003)
Death of Musafa
Sir Ken Robinson
Rite of Passage
Hear the call
Pass through the gates - cross the threshold
Challenges - liminal zone
'Boon' Trophy Reward
Re-entry back home - hero
FORMULA FOR SUCCESS
Beauty and the Beast,
The Little Mermaid
The Frog Prince
… the list is endless!
Entering into the teaching profession