Monthly Archives: Nov 2016

EDEV_507 Week 1_4

I read (only) the Bennis and O’Toole (2005) article. To sum up, and to check my understanding, its main argument centres on the destruction of the professional curriculum in B schools due to the priority placed on promotions based on … Continue reading

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EDEV_507 Week 1_3

Thanks for your thought provoking response. I’d like to reply by arguing that the distinction between providing answers and generating more questions is a false dichotomy and by adding a (rather lengthy) note about a base standard of what counts … Continue reading

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EDEV_507 Week 1_2

Thanks for your questions. They allow me to clarify my position, and as I said to my students in one of my writing classes today, “When you write, it is rare that you can express what you really mean the … Continue reading

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EDEV_507 Week 1_1

Thanks for presenting your articles in experiential learning (EL). It’s not a subject I know much about, so I expect over the coming weeks, I’ll get to learn quite a bit about EL through your postings. This will be rewarding. … Continue reading

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Mod 7 Week 1 Initial Post

Module 7 builds on Module 4 and continues the training in research methods. Arguably, this module is the single most critical one because of the expectation that successful doctoral candidates become independent researchers. Certainly, the module structure is different from … Continue reading

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