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Sundays at 12:00 pm (noon) ET / 5:00 pm GMT You can have any result that you invent as a possibility for your life. Become a Pathfinder in the Kairos Pathfinder Sprint. Participants will meet virtually once a week for 90 minutes with optional group discussions, coaching sessions, and workgroupContinue Reading

Basecamp Media Worlds Experience on Saturday, June 25-26, 2022 in Hollywood, California Join Ensō Education Institute as we explore Basecamp Media Worlds, one of several environments for learning (domains) in the Codex of Kairos. Basecamp Media Worlds will have monthly planning sessions and online events pertaining to movies and television. AnyoneContinue Reading

CLICK HERE for this month’s Ensō Circle Events! The Ensō Circle is a global network of educational thought leaders providing weekly events on a wide variety of topics. Learning doesn’t take place only in schools, and schooling doesn’t take place only in classrooms. Members of the Ensō Circle learn byContinue Reading

In the second part of the December 9th, 2020 Introduction to Kairos: Wonders of the Universe, Ensō introduced participants to virtual reality as part of Basecamp Sim Worlds.  Virtual World consultant, Steve Lewis and his team transported Martin Rayala, Ph.D. ,Cory Rayala and Brian Collins 💡 בנימין to a virtual campus called “Olympus”Continue Reading

Ensō Education Institute addresses education from four directions by (1) developing new curriculum models, (2) creating alternative instructional methods, (3) establishing an innovative assessment alternative, and (4) creating a more responsive educational management system. It provides the world’s most innovative, comprehensive, coherent, transdisciplinary, multi-scale framework for education, schooling, and learning.Continue Reading

Students need to have a say in what and how they learn. This is not a new concept. Indeed, John Dewey was advocating for greater student agency 80 years ago when he wrote in Experience and Education that “there is no defect in traditional education greater than its failure toContinue Reading

During this Thanksgiving holiday, I am reminded of the many privileges I have experienced in my life. As a white, middle-class, heterosexual, cisgender, able-bodied, male American, I grew up with just about as much privilege as is possible. When you add to that educational advantages, the privilege only increases. PartContinue Reading

It was no surprise to my family and friends when I became a teacher. They knew that I always loved school. Looking back on my education, I realize how lucky I was to attend a Montessori kindergarten; an elementary school where I had regular classes in visual art, music, dance,Continue Reading