Experiential Design, Facilitation & Leadership Capacity Building
2016 Program Overview
This years course focused upon developing capacities as designers, facilitators, maverick artist change-leaders and conductors of systemic change.
Through rapid collaborative prototyping, learning journeys, and a variety of experiential learning activities students co-designed and developed through design lab style iteration a Design Blue Print for the 60 acre Juniper Well Ranch and community benefit organization in Skull Valley Arizona which included:
Special thanks to the Prescott College community, Margaret Shaw, Jim Pittman, Paul Smith and the whole Juniper Well Ranch family, Erin Blanding and all our learning journey hosts, Colleen Boge for being an amazing T.A, her stellar graphic recordings, commitment to cultivating systems change, all the laughter, and to the 2016 class for being such powerful crew of emerging change-leaders who courageously dove into personal, social, and systemic leadership capacity building and collaborative learning.
P.s Here is a copy of the poem The Call of The Wild by Robert Service from the first day of class
Experiential Learning Opportunities
Rapid Collaborative Prototyping
Systems Dynamics Modeling
Strategic Action Planning
6-Day Learning Journey:
Arcosanti, Windsong, Canelo Project, Native Seed Search, Deep Dirt Farm, Tree of Life
Work project: co-creating stone Gabion for watershed restoration
Multi-media art creation and reflection
Online Learning Documentation
Student Designed/Facilitated Presentations
Learning Lab Presentations
Student Co-created Learning Journey Harvest Video
For more student learning reflections and harvest check out the menu options above
Permaculture For Systemic Change by Joshua Cubista. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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