Just read this article on working conditions of London maids and in the context of a day off after three days of teaching drawing and a conversation about prospective dissertation methods, I found Barbara Pokryszka’s art in it so powerful. Part of the conversation about dissertations was about the importance of including our own stories and, for me, using different modalities. As in Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening – a book I keep wanting to take on a wild weekend to a cabin by the sea! And he’s teaching a class in Calgary. *SIGH* And all of it is caught up … Continue reading art power….
I have been so busy that I haven’t been able to tackle the CLMOOC 6th project which is a wonderful theoretical collaboration between the U.S. National Park Service and educators on geo-mapping the spaces where we come together. And given that we camp every year in the U.S. at these amazing places, it would have been easy and joyful… So much fun and so inspiring to see what others are doing, though. Which always makes me want to participate. But I’ve taken a new half time teaching position in an actual college after years of teaching adults of all kinds in the places where they … Continue reading #clmooc #makecycle6 geolocate your space
Several of my favourite things came together around creating this graphic – it’s about the idea of massively increasing supported, equitable employment for people with disabilities in British Columbia, it’s a group that’s thinking BIG ambitious thoughts about holistic supports and brought together a group of diverse interests to facilitate a discussion about partnerships and how research can lead to action, and I got to draw with Liz Etmanski, my favourite drawing partner. Last but not least, it is a project that is generated by families and I learned a lot of new things and got to change my mind about some … Continue reading More employment related graphic recording – the Pacific Autism Family Centre
Many good conversations and makings during this third cycle of #clmooc. It got me thinking about the stone game, and then I remembered this video I made. This was one of the first gigs* that I had, in which I was graphically recording what was happening in the room and, in this case, online as the facilitator was on an island across the strait, leading the group in a conversation that began with “the stone game.” I had just taken some basic training in graphic recording and my only rule was that I wouldn’t say “no” – a game I … Continue reading #clmooc Learning and Gaming Cycle 3
What fun. I’ve been thinking a lot about graphic facilitation and graphic recording in terms of languages and translation… and then was asked to give permission for some of my work, and some featuring Liz Etmanski, to be used for a Korean publication. I’m sure it says something nice and they were great to deal with 🙂 You can check out the whole article here. Continue reading And now in Korean 🙂
I was asked to serve as the graphic recorder at this event with the UBC Centre for Community Engaged Learning, and was very interested, as I’d heard about this group, had a little bit of interaction with them, and other … Continue reading UBC Center for Community Engaged Learning: “Celebration of Community”