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Topic: Cedarsong Conversations

This is a recurring meeting. 

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We are thrilled to begin this series of 60 minute community conversations based on The Cedarsong Way. They are free and open to anyone who would like to join in.

 

These conversations will be every Thursday morning at 9 am Pacific Time, 11 am Central Time, noon Eastern time.

 

If you are unsure of your time zone, check the conversion here. You can use 11 am Puerto Vallarta time for the conversion from your own city. https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html 

 

 

Below is a list of all scheduled topics. Click on links to access recordings of past conversations.

 

4/23 Molly Lannon Kenny, Board co-chair and Erin’s sister- Cedarsong Conversations – an Introduction (Password: 4V#&$0t=)

 

 

4/30 Nicole Majewski, Board Member- Nature inspired home activities – sorry, this call did not get recorded! : ) 

 

 

5/7 Lauren Brown, Board Secretary and Accredited School – Ways to be in support of parents and students while school is closed

 

 

5/14 Emily Bryce, Board Member – The Importance of Being a Naturalist

 

 

5/21 Molly Lannon Kenny, Board co-chair and Erin’s sister- Exploring Gender Spectrum in the Natural World and in our Schools  Password: 7v^#V+&7

Topic: The Cedarsong Way’s Personal Meeting Room
Date: May 21, 2020 12:02 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

 

5/28 Nicole Majewski, Board Member – Loose parts in Nature

 

 

6/4 Lauren Brown, Board Secretary and Accredited School – Risks and hazards

 

 

6/11Emily Bryce, Board Member- Creating rhythms in our school and home day

 

 

All of the calls will follow the same 60 minute format:

 

 

 

1. Check-in and tech issues/norms:

 

These conversations will be recorded for those who are not able to make the live calls. If you do not consent to being recorded, please turn off your video during the call.

 

 

 

Recordings will be available for one month following live date. 

 

 

 

Participants are welcome to join late or leave early as needed to fit their schedule. We welcome all efforts to connect with community.

 

 

 

We may experience internet connectivity issues. If so, please just hang in there, internet usually resolves itself. Should the call get disconnected, stay on the line and the host will simply call back in. 

 

 

 

People have different capacities with Zoom as well as varying internet capability. We will practice patience and radical inclusivity with all participants. 

 

 

 

Please limit use of “chat” function. This function tends to distract the facilitator, and we want to hear from everyone – if you want to share, please share with the group!

 

Please raise hand to speak.

 

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please type your name and email into chat directed to Cedarsong Way.

 

 

 

These conversations are meant to be collective “hive mind” offerings to build community connections. They are not classes or lessons. Please speak from your own direct experience and wear your hat of community member rather than teacher. 

 

 

Please be aware of the number of people on the call and the 60 minutes we have scheduled and gauge your responses and input accordingly. 

 

 

 

2. Brief introductions simply to include your name, where you are calling from, the pronouns you use, and this simple prompt question to be answered in 1 – 3 words: “What aspect of the natural world is most present for you today – perhaps a bush in front of your house, a tea you are drinking, a new bird at your feeder….”

 

 

3. Conversation host frames conversation

 

 

4. Community responds – Think of the conversation like a “picnic” in the grass; it’s a flowing conversation with the intention to connect and build community around common interest. 

 

 

5. Closing