What if the questions we ask in higher education were focused on connection? What beautiful truths might we discover? How might the Abundant Systems framework open up new opportunities for transformational learning?
I believe connection is a central tenet of learning. Learning is not just an act of the mind. It is also an act of the heart and of identity.
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