Teaching in a sensuous society – Questions

Teaching in a sensuous society - Questions

Sensuousness in the centre

Speach bubbles demand answers to different levels of commitment from the students:

  • leading the way, you ask: “Coming or going, sir?”
  • choosing an experience, you ask: “Committing or quitting, young master?”
  • questioning or finding doubt, you ask: “Staying or swaying, madam?”
  • receiving or finding trust, you ask: “Opening or closing, miss?”

The structure asks you:

  • What do you see?

Encourages you to:

  • Write concrete ideas:

Now, you place yourself in one of the different situations, and from that view point – leaving the other three for a moment – design the space for growth, expansion, reflection, connection, interaction, experimentation …