Learning as a Community of Life

Learning as Community

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  1. Becoming a Global Learning Community.
  2. Bioregional Learning Communities.
  3. Weaving the Mycelia Networks of Future Education.

1. Becoming a Global Learning Community

  1. The key issuesCreate a map of what you consider the key issues in your local reality, as well as our larger world. Focus on the issues that require collective learning and collaborative approaches for resolving these.
  2. The opportunities — Add to your map the opportunities these issues provide for collective learning and collaboration in becoming a global learning community.
  3. The challenges — Now add challenges and potential barriers to your map, and indicate how these challenges can transform to become opportunities.
  4. What and how we need to learn — Clarify on your map what you consider the priorities of learning; specifying both the content and process of learning.
  5. What and how we need to change — Consider also the content and process of what needs changing, and the process for how we become the change for what is needed.
  6. What and how we need to act — Consider now what and how we need to act for resolving the key issues and engaging the identified opportunities.
  7. Support and wisdom — Complete your map by adding resources, support systems, wisdom, and allies (both seen and unseen) that can form through our collective learning process as a global community.

2. Bioregional Learning Communities

3. Weaving the Mycelia Networks of Future Education

Including Indigenous Communities

  1. Ngura — A sense of belonging to the land that grows us up. To feel at home in nature.
  2. Walytja — To connect with life as family. Our kinship relation with all the members of life, i.e. the trees, the animals, the rocks, the plants, all are family.
  3. Kurunpa — Love, Spirit, and Soul. Our spirituality and experience of soulfulness.
  4. Tjukurrpa — Creation period, or also called the Dreamtime, and the right way to live. How we align our intentions, behaviors, and actions with the universal principles and laws, and relate with this as the wisdom of life.

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