A lot of learning happens through reflection on the things you’ve done. For me, this reflection starts with careful documentation, whether written, verbal, or visual.
This discusses a project called @Stanford––a collaborative, interactive effort that worked to frame how d.school students might benefit from immersive learning experiences in new contexts. That’s exactly what we’re exploring through Experience Institute: the intersection between experience and education.
Community building is important to Ei as an organization that’s determined to change a well-established landscape: higher education. As we’ve faced challenges and created new solutions throughout our first year, we’ve discovered that we’re not alone. There are other individuals and organizations like us, dedicated to making changes and doing good. Meet: YearHere.
Since leaving the monastery, I see a different man in the mirror. He’s a man that has been transformed at a depth of soul that fear’s afraid to visit, so love resides instead. Now, I live in Fargo, North Dakota. I have been here for one week. This is a reflection on the contrasts and similarities between my two disparate experiences.