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On Not Knowing...

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Marianna Adams

on 29 June 2014

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I talked and talked with so many wonderful friends & colleagues
On Not Knowing...
Now, how will I spend this valuable time?
I thought. Came up with lots of ideas but they were messy. So, I tried to put the messiness of life in a Bento box.
& Doing it Anyway
It all began when...
...a miraculous invitation asked me to spend 4 weeks at ISGM as educator in residence
I thought and thought and thought...
Get out of your head
I read...
Qualities I want to bring to this time...
Silent & Invisible Pedagogies in Art Museums
Jump In & Swim
The Plan...
Invite families to help me by just being themselves (Walk my talk - don't assume we know what families need or want)
I'll be a participant observer (no notes, no protocol, no parachute - out of my comfort zone)
Invite other practitioners to play and explore with me (co-create). Let me know if you want to come hang out with me.
We all write up our reflections of just being present with these families (walking the talk - be a reflective practitioner)
Post reflections on a blog; invite colleagues to follow, reflect, look for threads & patterns
Read, converse with colleagues
Think and see what happens...
Well, actually I know where I'm going to live for the summer - at the top of the Gardner Museum. I'm totally impressed.
Somewhere on the top floor.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for listening to me wax on and on and on. Thank you for telling me what I needed to hear, not just what I wanted to hear.
You have to read (or listen) to this book!
A classic worth revisiting!
Eisner & Dobbs original article: http://http://guardadylan.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/silent-pedagogy.pdf
& Andrea de Pascual's current research:
This will be a future blog topic, I'm sure
Would you like to do a guest blog prompted by my ramblings?
Let me know...
This makes me what my 6 yr old granddaughter, Avery, calls "nervu-cited"
BIG tub of gratitude to Peggy Burchenal and her staff at the Gardner Museum.
Yeah, this is a bit new-agey even for me but it's true. Especially as we get up in years. I don't want to be that old cogger everyone is hoping retires soon. See this post...
The Freakonomics podcast is inspiring to. Check his one out: http://freakonomics.com/2014/05/15/the-three-hardest-words-in-the-english-language-full-transcript/
I listened outside of my field
* Freakonomics (already mentioned)
* RadioLab (makes an art of science) http://www.radiolab.org
* On Being (so many guests talk about how it takes work to stay present in the face of ambiguity) http://www.onbeing.org

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