Learning Together Today.

Daily reflections and inspiration

Please contribute to Learning Together Today, an easy way to reflect on your ongoing life experiences, share them, and be informed and inspired by others. 

 

If you sign up, you'll receive a daily email with a prompt that you can complete with a word, phrase, or couple sentences on a shared Google Doc. You can enjoy and be inspired by what others have posted, and know that you are inspiring others. 

Please also browse the wisdom shared in past Learning Together Today's below, and feel free to continue adding new ideas to those documents. If you have a suggestion for a prompt share it here.

If you have questions about Learning Together Today, please email travis.tennessen@wwu.edu.

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Learning Together Today Past Prompts

          May 21, 2020         

          I wonder...5_21_20

 

          May 20, 2020

          A value I try to exemplify is...5_20_20

          May 19, 2020

          Something truly delicious is...5_19_20

           May 18, 2020        

          If I could travel anywhere...5_18_20

 

          May 15, 2020

          When I need to be recharged...5_15_20

          May 14, 2020

          A time I recently asked for help was...5_14_20

          May 13, 2020

          To me, being "productive" means...5_13_20

         May 12, 2020

         My time capsule for the past 50 days would contain...5_12_20

 

         May 11, 2020

        Something I wish I could invent...5_11_20

         May 8, 2020

         A change in gender norms I hope to see is...5_8_20

 

         May 7, 2020

         A thing that made me laugh lately was...5_7_20

 

         May 6, 2020

A species that inspires me...5_6_20

May 5, 2020

I've learned to relax by...5_5_20

May 4, 2020

What I've learned about working from home is...5_4_20

May 1, 2020

A gift that made a difference was..5_1_20

 

April 30, 2020

A job I've dreamed of having is...4_30_20

 

April 29, 2020

A place that taught me an important lesson is...4_29_20

April 28, 2020

I feel welcome when...4_28_20

 

April 27, 2020

I see beauty in...4_27_20

 

April 24, 2020

A book that opened my eyes is...4_24_20

 

April 23, 2020

The best way to motivate me...4_23_20

 

April 22, 2020

Through observing nature I have learned_4_22_20

 

April 21, 2020

I miss..._4_21_20

April 20, 2020

Something I've long known about myself but have recently been reminded is...4_20_20

April 17, 2020

If I could give future generations one piece of advice...4_17_20

 

April 16, 2020

A song or type of music that makes me happy is...4_16_20

April 15, 2020

A pubic good I'm proud to support is...4_15_20

April 14, 2020

A habit I'd like to break...4_14_20

April 13, 2020

An elder who taught me something important is...4_13_20

 

April 10, 2020

One thing I did for my well-being today was...4_10_20

April 9, 2020

A part of local history I wish was better known is...4_9_20

April 8, 2020

Recently, I've been inspired to...4_8_20

April 7, 2020

My favorite TED Talk is..._4_7_20

April 6, 2020

The best way for me to learn something is...4_6_20

April 3, 2020

An organization that deserves appreciation_4_3_20

April 2, 2020

I do my best thinking...4_2_20

April 1, 2020

A tool that I particularly appreciate is...4_1_20

March 31, 2020

In my neighborhood, I've been noticing...3_31_20

March 30, 2020

A person whose wisdom has guided me...3_30_20

 

March 27, 2020

A practice that I'm hoping to cultivate more deeply_3_27_20

March 26, 2020

Lately, I've been reminded how much I love_3_26_20

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