Tag: identity

Call recording: Learning to make a difference

In this webinar, we discussed social learning as a perspective, and how it can be useful to understand the changes happening to people in online communities. Read More

Call recording: 4Rs workshop with DA facilitators and volunteers

The recording of the Sept.7 workshop on the 4Rs of Deep Adaptation, hosted by Kim Hare with support from other DAF volunteers. Read More

Discussion: Learning to Make a Difference

What can we gain by looking at learning as a social phenomenon, which is all about following one’s curiosity, engaging one’s uncertainty, and making a difference in one’s life and/or the world? How is this perspective helpful when considering what we are doing in the Deep Adaptation Forum, and other social spaces in our lives? Read More

A conversation with Etienne & Bev Wenger-Trayner

On August 8, 2021, Dorian was able to meet Bev and Etienne Wenger-Trayner in Portugal, for a conversation on social learning. In this view, learning takes place everywhere and all the time – not just in formal settings – and is driven by a person’s curiosity and sense of agency in the world. As a result, it is intimately linked with creating change (in one’s life, and/or in the world at large) and with the process of becoming a certain person. Read More

Finding space for difficult conversations in the Forum

How joining the Deep Adaptation Forum has enabled me to find a community in which to have important conversations, and gain renewed confidence about my own collapse-awareness. Read More