CMM Perspectives Blog
Kim Pearce, 1 September, 2017
This story begins when three educators who work primarily with military- connected students discovered by comparing notes that each had independently applied concepts of the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) theory—particularly “Cosmopolitan Communication” (Pearce, 1989)—to their work with this audience and they had done so for similar reasons.
Have you listened to the SOAR-song in the CosmoKidz section yet? The song that reminds children (and adults alike!) to “Sense what’s around you, Open your hands to help others, Act with kindness and Respect other people”? If you haven’t, we suggest you do it now. Especially if you need a break or inspiration, or feel the world a bit heavy at the moment. Welcome to join with CosmoKidz doing the SOAR song and dance:
Included below are two write-ups now posted permanently on the AC4 website. One is a description of the 2015 learning exchange, providing more context about AC4's initiative with CMM. The other is an interview with the fellows, capturing our respective experiences and insights.
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