I have been a classical dancer for almost fifteen years. Classical dance has always been about discipline, certain specific postures, and mudras, depicting different meanings. After I started the program, performing became a noun with multiple meanings. Continue reading The journey of individual mudras to ensemble…
Employing conversations as a vital tool of learning, and addressing the necessity for social engagement, curiosity and questioning oneself and others. If practised with openness, these allow for a faster and robust processing of information and deeper learning.
With no interference from the facilitator, the moderated sessions were self-regulated by the participants. This allows the participants to negotiate, establish and abide by the terms of engagement and navigate inter-relational complexities themselves. The intended outcomes of this independence are autonomy of ideas, courage to participate and a reduction in dependence on validation from authority.
Participants were required to document the process and present evidence of their understanding by posting summaries as a blog on the program website. No deliverable is considered complete without a publication of reflections. Continue reading Context Summaries