“Hey I know the world is designed with this blueprint that says I should behave this way, and I should do this way, and think this way, but I am actually going to do what I believe.”Matthew Abrams
- When learning is more learner centered than content centered, the learning really comes alive.
- Changing the paradigm of learning. Coming from a place of pull, not push. Coming from a place of curiosity.
- Once you understand what brings us alive, then that metaphor of learning by pull really comes alive.
- Doing work that you love leads to an overall better world.
- Vacilando: to move with intention, without a specific destination.
- Move with intention, get out of your comfort zone, and that may inspire what will come next – the next chapter.
- “Once we start to see things in systems we can being to design solutions that affect those entire systems. And that is where real sustainable evolution begins.”
- “Hey I know the world is designed with this blueprint that says I should behave this way, and I should do this way, and think this way, but I am actually going to do what I believe.”
- “If I don’t know what I want to do, what do I want to do to explore that?”
- “Everyone has the capacity to really make the choice to really live life, to be engaged, and live a life of vitality.”
- “It’s never too old to start living.”
- “That’s where so much of the richness, the fertilizer of growing and becoming comes from, it comes from the decomposing of the failures into nutrients that nourish life.”
- “If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” Henry David Thoreau
- “Do I live the life that everyone expects me to or do I live mine.”
Matthew Abrams on 21st Century Education
Core Conditions for 21st Century Learning
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