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big picture

Page history last edited by Norman Jackson 13 years, 6 months ago

Our symbolic picture, produced by Julian Burton, is meant to represent what it feels like to be a learner in this big, beautiful, but very unpredictable and messy world. We want to know whether the image resonates with you. If it does please add your own ideas on what other things this picture might contain. If it doesn't - please tell us why.

 

Suggested additions/changes

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a being for complexity

Capacity to think in complex ways

Conflict

Culture and cultural diversity

Depression

Doubt

Dreams

Epiphany

Failure

Fear

Feelings

Growth – indicated in well being

Goals

Happiness

Horizon/vista rather than environment.

INFORMATION

Jigsaw puzzles

Intuition

Love of learning as central driver

LOVE!

Linking of me with other me’s

Managing conflict

Me should be smaller in comparison with other images..

Messyness

Motivations

Open-endedness – indicated in mess

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY  

Possibility

Problems

Purpose not a place

Questions – who, how, when, where, why?

Relationships

Recreations

Sense of discovering and discovery

Sparks

Surprise

Sustainability

Technology

Time

Triggers

Types of people

 

Perhaps a type of person ie flexible, comfortable with change, an enquirer

The work involved in learning

Modes of travel – multi layered – air, ground, water

Constructive anarchy – so not tower blocks but higgledy piggledy houses eg Hundetwasser house in Vienna.

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Navigator – mapping uncovering/discovering routes, re-discovering pathways

Some way of making the terrain represent different terrains/geographical areas – global images

Image needs to change as you look at it.

There is only one me. We all learn in different ways at different times. We need a collection of mini-me’s.

Me as shaping/influencing the world. I want to think of myself as creating the world as well as living in it.

The roads/paths lead out. I think they should loop back.

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