Posts Tagged ‘Communication’

  • In memory of Penny

    In memory of Penny

    August 5th, 2010 | Expressive Change | Warren Nilsson | 4 Comments

    Last Saturday, Tana and I went to the funeral of Penny Parkes. We had gotten to know Penny through our work with Santropol Roulant. She was a client, volunteer, and board member there and reflected the spirit of the place in a beautiful and charming way all her own. Penny struggled with a degenerative disease, […]

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  • A conversation with Turi

    A conversation with Turi

    July 20th, 2010 | Expressive Change | Warren Nilsson | No Comments

    The following is an edited transcript of a conversation that Tana and I had with my sister Turi Nilsson. She is the Director of Instruction and co-founder of Southwest Baltimore Charter School, a place of great inspiration and learning for us. We’ve written about it in previous posts. RENNIE: What would you say are the […]

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  • Learning in relationship

    Learning in relationship

    June 20th, 2010 | Expressive Change | Tana Paddock | 1 Comment

    Learning in Relationship, by Ronald Short, is a book that I find myself re-reading again and again. I quoted from it in my post Inscaping at COCo a couple of months ago, but feel it’s worth revisiting because I think it contains a tremendous amount of wisdom. It spells out in simple and concrete language […]

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  • Small things

    Small things

    May 2nd, 2010 | Expressive Change | Tana Paddock | 1 Comment

    One of the reasons that I find the concept of expressive change so compelling is that it brings social change into a realm that I can engage with on a daily basis. It doesn’t deny that larger social and economic systems need to be changed, rather it recognizes that it is through our seemingly mundane thoughts […]

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  • Oral culture and engagement

    Oral culture and engagement

    April 8th, 2010 | Expressive Change | Tana Paddock | 1 Comment

    During our recent stay in Toronto, we had the opportunity to grab a drink with Mark Federman, a lecturer and PhD candidate at OISE at the University of Toronto. I had been wanting to meet him for a while after hearing that he was researching Inter Pares as part of his doctoral thesis work. From […]

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