Contents

  1. Acknowledgements

  2. Introduction

  3. How To Read This Book Thematically

    1. 1. Healing, Engaging, and Taking Risks

    2. 2. The Open Pluriverse

    3. 3. A Year in Practice

    4. 4. Pedagogy and Social Justice

    5. 5. Pasts, Presents, Futures

    6. 6. A Dream in Motion

    7. 7. Teacher = Student: A Communicative Property

    8. 8. A Network to Call On

    9. 9. Inside & Outside of the Classroom

    10. 10. Inclusion & Belonging

    11. 11. Teaching the Whole Student: A Work in Progress

    12. 12. Not In the Caboose

    13. 13. Putting Words to Practice

    14. 14. The Habits of Mind: A Holistic System

    15. 15. A Current State of Evolution

    16. 16. The Joy in Connecting

    17. 17. Partnerships and Possibilities: A Student's Experience

    18. 18. Jellybeans

    19. 19. Small Impacts Carried Forward

    20. 20. Including the Instructor

    21. 21. A New Mindset, An Open Approach

    22. 22. Student Agency & Unknown Territory

    23. 23. In the Meta Sense

    24. 24. Leaving With My Own List

    25. 25. Addressing Student Challenges in Learning Environments

    26. 26. Overloaded/Resonant

    27. 27. Bridging Worlds With Habits of Mind

    28. 28. Toolkits and Teams

    29. 29. Learning Alongside

    30. 30. Guideposts

    31. 31. Critiquing Approaches, Sharing Strategies

    32. 32. An "Aha!" Moment

    33. 33. Connecting Across Invisible Boundaries

    34. 34. Filling In the Remainder

    35. 35. The Pedagogues Our Students Deserve

    36. 36. A Staff Learning Community

    37. 37. Stark Realities

    38. 38. The Gestalt of Teaching

    39. 39. Continuing Commitment, Increasing Impact

    40. 40. Reinvigorated Practice

    41. 41. Learners as Creators

    42. 42. Radical Kindness

    43. 43. An Adventure of Our Own

    44. 44. Opening Opportunities for Engagement

    45. 45. Open up and say “PBL”

    46. 46. Reflecting, Adapting, Implementing

    47. 47. How do we want to learn? What do we want to learn?

    48. 48. Focusing on Process

    49. 49. Actively Seeking Collaboration

    50. 50. Developing a New Project-Based Assignment

    51. 51. Engaging Over Coffee

    52. 52. "Just Look For Openings"

    53. 53. Exploration Instead of Fear

    54. 54. Picturing "Tackling a Wicked Problem"

    55. 55. Inquiry and Sharing

    56. 56. Particularly Complex Work

    57. 57. A New Map for Learning Design

    58. 58. Hope in Community

    59. 59. Learning as Process

    60. 60. Mutual Humanness in Academia

    61. 61. Padlet of Takeaways

    62. 62. Overwhelmed & Open

    63. 63. Values Horizon

    64. 64. Activating Open Labs for Apex Community Impact

    65. 65. OPENly Optimistic: My experience with the CPLC

    66. 66. Accessibility, Transparency, and Learner-Driven Assignments

    67. 67. Slowing Down, Making Space

    68. 68. Scholarly Detours and New Beginnings

  4. What does a learning community look like?

  5. What "learning community" looks like at Plymouth State