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ALC Mosaic: Week 1

I had a great time at Mosaic during the first week of school this year.

I felt extremely lucky to be able to step in and out of the school this week while living & working in Charlotte.

The staff came in a day early to set up the space and created some really beautiful Spawn Points, Gameshifting boards, and Spawnbans for group intention setting:

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I decided to sit and set intentions with Melissa’s group, which is stationed in the Big Room. Our Spawn Point was set up in with the cool, black-and-white themed decor you see to the far left.

IMG_2079After intention-setting and some quick catching up from the summer, the rest of the school came into the big room, where we played Allies and Set the Week.

I had an early lunch right after Set the Week and some great discussion and reflections with @alonalearning about NaNoWriMo.

I also worked for a little bit on my reflection on the ALF Summer planning process… which is coming along nicely!

 

 

 

Later in the day, @tomis intro’d an idea for Weekly Challenge Sprints, and @nancy used Creative Problem Solving to brainstorm fundraiser ideas for Mosaic’s #OneCampus fundraiser, which I participated in while coloring a bird (one of my intentions for the day). 🙂

 

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I came in for the morning on Thursday to participate in the set up for Writer’s Workshop. The group is going to meet twice a week this year (on Mondays and Wednesdays). A lot of people are interested in writing and illustration, and I look forward to seeing what people come up with.

Today (Friday), I forgot that the follow-up for Wings was today… so I missed the set-up for next week’s sprint! :,(

I’m still figuring out how to best integrate everything I want to experience/accomplish in Charlotte. I really enjoyed engaging with the Mosaic school community this week, and hope to find a balance between that connection, integration, and getting my paid work in.

Until next time…

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