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The Matrix Classroom
10 minutes | Aug 15, 2018
The Near Enemy
NEAR ENEMIES is a term I found, accidentally and with great delight, in a novel by Louise Penny, The Cruelest Month. A Near Enemy is an emotion that is damaging but that feels very much like a positive emotion, often masquerading and causing harm while we feel we’re doing good. I think this one will grab you!
10 minutes | May 13, 2018
Technology is not The Answer
Seems to be a big push to see technology as the answer to poor learning in our schools. Until we free teaching from the strait jacket of industrial-era thinking, we will miss the opportunity provided by the internet and IT.
10 minutes | Apr 19, 2018
Where did we get the idea that without goals, we’ll never amount to anything? What if we see goals as useful but not necessary? What if we tended our tendency to let goals drive our anxiety and to reduce our flexibility, maybe even our effectiveness? Here’s a quick look at some ideas therein. Have more fun!
10 minutes | Mar 22, 2018
The generational divide. It keeps cropping up, as it should. Maybe we of the advance guard, the baby boomers, can stop carping about what’s wrong with the groups coming up behind us. After all, it’s their turn, or soon will be. Why don’t we model acceptance and be interested in, rather than frightened by, their wonder? Become amazing grays.
15 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
How the Matrix Classroom came to be!
Enjoy a brief conversation with Mac Bogert, Arnie Haiman and Grace Cummings about how their winding roads brought them together in a shared passion for learning. Three very different personalities whose eyes sparkle when they reach out to help people catch the spark of the Matrix Classroom environment. You can find out more at www.matrixclassroom.com.
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