Six Thinking Lens
Elastic minds exercise one or more of the six thinking lens to innovate, express creativity, or solve a problem. The six thinking lens include 1) creative, 2) critical, 3) strategic, 4) design, 5) lean, and 6) systems thinking.
Continual Learning Journey Map
The continual learning journey map (CLJM) is a visual tool to help learners discover new knowledge and experiences by 1) identifying interest, 2) acknowledging receipt of knowledge, and 3) determining application to one's well-being. The CLJM Kanban board presents the learner with four questions that include 1) What do I want to learn today (purpose and ownership)? 2) What did I learn (receiving and awareness)? 3) What are the outcomes (journey results)? and 4) How will I use this new knowledge to change my life (wisdom)?Download the Continual Learning Journey Map Print Version CLJM_1280x2580_M_Reduced
Continual Learning Review and Actions
A complement to the CLJM is the continual learning review and actions Kanban board. In frequent intervals of one week or less, a retrospective practice will help to pursue continual improvements in the work performed during the week. The practice uses three questions: 1) did I/we receive the new knowledge pursued, 2) what challenged my/our experiences, and 3) what can I/we change to satisfy future learning outcomes.Download the Continual Learning Review and Actions Print Version CLRA_1280x1200