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These are the blank (un marked up) slides from the hour long online presentation on using Liberating Structures in online learning. Here is the description: "Come explore and play with Liberating …

These are the blank (un marked up) slides from the hour long online presentation on using Liberating Structures in online learning. Here is the description: "Come explore and play with Liberating Structures (LS). I've been facilitating since, what, 1976? When my friend Keith McCandless showed me this work he was doing on Liberating Structures, a set of 33 structures you can string together to ignite and engage the best in people, I knew he had put his finger on the sparks and patterns of success I'd experienced in my work. What Keith did was name things, note the underlying structure, thus creating all at once a set of constraints that opens up unlimited possibility. I love dualities. Paradoxes. IN this session, I'll crack open the door to LS and we'll play with a few of them -- we're still in the nascent phase of truly understanding them online. So expect learning, not content!"

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  • Microstructural elements of 1-2-4-All in motion
  • Differences between Conventional Microstructures and Liberating Structures
  • Agreement Certainty Matrix – We can just talk about how we might expand a conversation that started with the spectrogram into the A/C matrix.
  • Agreement Certainty Matrix – We can just talk about how we might expand a conversation that started with the spectrogram into the A/C matrix.
  • Just FYI
  • Just mention
  • Note:
    “Where is your 15%?” Where do you have discretion and freedom to act?”
    Mention because so many teachers feel they don’t have this power
  • Transcript

    • 1. Infecting (Online) Learning with Liberating Structures WITH Australia e-learning series, February 21-22, 2014 Nancy White, Keith McCandless and friends…. http://www.liberatingstructures.com
    • 2. Expand our repertoire to … 1. BE together 2. Engage WITH each other to learn/create/make meaning of knowledge 3. Unleash everyone
    • 3. The Design Storyboard of our time together today… Design Storyboard Agreement/ Uncertainty Matrix TRIZ Spectrogram & 1-2-4-All What, So What, Now What? Harvest & unleash!
    • 4. Where are we starting together? I am a ninja at engaging learners online…. (Preparation for our 1-2-all) I’m not even sure I know what this means YES, I’m a NINJA!
    • 5. 1-2-4-All (on line variation) Let’s Experiment with 1-2-All Adey PM’s Althea 1.First, think quietly on your own about the question you “How do engage learners online?” 2.Next we are going to break up into pairs. Look at the Participant list in the upper left hand corner of your screen. I will pair you off two by two. 3.Now, lets go to the next slide…
    • 6. Let’s Experiment with 1-2-All Adey PM’s Althea 1.First, think quietly on your own about the question “How do you engage learners online?” 2.Next we are going to break up into pairs. Look at the Participant list in the upper left hand corner of your screen. I will pair you off two by two. 3.Now, the first person in the pair will private message (PM) the second person. This is now a two person chat. Hover your mouse over the person you want to private message chat with and click on “Start Private Chat.” Voila! 4.When you hear us call you back, return to the full group chat.
    • 7. Harvest from Paired Conversation: How do we engage learners online?
    • 8. Let’s debrief together…. 1-2-4-All in motion. Multiple short cycles are more productive than one longer session.
    • 9. Liberating Structures …including and unleashing everyone http://www.liberatingstructures.com Keith and Henri…
    • 10. Liberating Structures Introducing tiny shifts in how we meet, plan, decide and relate to one another • Simple: requires only a few • Inclusive: together, everyone • Expert-less: beginners can • Multi-scale: works for minutes to introduce succeed after a first experience • Results-focused: likely to generate better-than-expected, innovative results • Rapid cycling: fast iterative rounds are very productive is invited to shape next steps everyday solutions, big projects, strategy, and transforming movements • Seriously fun: boosts joy, freedom & responsibility • Self-spreading: easy to copy without formal training
    • 11. McCandless and Lipmanowicz
    • 12. Liberating with Micro Structures
    • 13. Distributed control Distributed control C o n t r o l Open Discussion Brainstorm of One Person Status Report Presentation Number of People o Number of People Included in Shaping Next Steps Included in Shaping Next Steps Managed Discussion C o n t e n t Centralized control Centralized control Everybody
    • 14. Agreement-Certainty Matrix Low − Sort challenges into Simple, Complicated, Complex & Chaotic Domains Agreement Agreement Chaotic Complex + High Complicated Simple Low − + High Certainty //Predictability Certainty Predictability
    • 15. Low − Agreement Agreement Chaotic Complex + High Complicated Simple + High Certainty //Predictability Certainty Predictability Low −
    • 16. TRIZ I don’t think we’ll have time to do this one, but I think it has great relevance in learning/teaching contexts…. http://www.liberatingstructures.com/6-making-space-with-triz/
    • 17. Let’s TRIZ Together: "If our approach to teaching and learning online was totally obliterated last night, what parts would you re-establish to increase learner engagement?" Type your answer in the chat …
    • 18. Second round if we had time… "If our approach to teaching and learning online was totally obliterated last night… What new functions or attributes would you add? Type your answer in the chat …
    • 19. TRIZ Harvest Slide What would we stop? Invent? Keep doing?
    • 20. The longer form of TRIZ… http://www.liberatingstructures.com/6making-space-with-triz/
    • 21. 25/10 Crowd Sourcing “If you were 10 times bolder, what big idea would you recommend? What first step would you take to get started?” http://www.liberatingstructures.com/12-2510-crowd-sourcing/
    • 22. The 15% solution Noticing and using the influence, discretion and power individuals have right now. – Keith McCandless http://www.liberatingstructures.com/7-15-solutions/ 22
    • 23. Let’s harvest…
    • 24. What, so what, now what? http://www.liberatingstructures.com/9-what-so-what-now-what-w/
    • 25. What, So What…. Now What….
    • 26. With a deep bow of appreciation to Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz … Resources: •http://www.liberatingstructures.com •The video •http://www.liberatingstructures.com/fs4 •A Liberated Professor Speaks: http://www.liberatingstructures.com/storage/articles/Liberated%20Professor %20Speaks.pdf •UnScripted: Liberating Structures by Arvind Singhal https://vimeo.com/51546509 10’20” •Liberating Structures: Inviting and Unleashing All: Lipmanowicz in Convo with Singhal https://vimeo.com/50352840 8’ 30” •Liberating Classroom: Lipmanowicz in Convo with Singhal https://vimeo.com/50347352 8’ 20
    • 27. Thank You! keith@liberatingstructures.com http://www.liberatingstructures.com @NancyWhite nancyw@fullcirc.com http://www.fullcirc.com

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