Every posting and page on this website has a comment box and participation in what is being discussed here warmly invited. Your views, thoughts, comments are welcome.
The only groundrules are that comments are relevant, constructive and respectful - particularly when it comes to commenting on others' stories.
To participate simply scroll down and add a comment on whatever posts interest you (you'll be asked for a screenname - this does not need to be your real name).
Just 10 examples of who might be interested in this site and where you might join in:
1. Are you trying to make change in your own organisation that will help bring about reductions in carbon?
2. Have you an interest in Local Authority innovation or a general interest in how we might innovate to reduce carbon?
3. Are you a participant in the research?
Why not post up some reflections or feedback on this participation under: Participant's reflections: 2 months on
4. Would you like to read about other stories of innovations that have happened?
5. Have you read a Learning History and would like to comment or a question?
6. Or were you involved in a Learning History and would like to post a perspective?
Add comments on any of the postings under the category for that Learning History. For example to add something about Merton visit the A Learning History: Merton Rule category or to add something about Barnsley visit the A Learning History: Barnsley Biomass category.
7. Have you read a story that resonates with something you have done?
8. Would you like to add your stories?
Please add a comment to that story or add your stories as a comment on the 20 mini stories
9. Are you interested in the theory of innovation?
10. Are you interested in Action Research, Learning Histories or new kinds of research approaches to Learning and making change?
Are you interested in the findings of this research and getting involved in the ongoing conversation?
Browse the different categories of the website and the albums and add comments wherever appropriate.
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