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EDEV_505 Week 7_4

I’d like very briefly to comment on Lawler and Sillitoe’s (2013) framework as a basis for our report. I don’t think that there’s enough space to critique the various interpretations of double-loop learning, and most definitions include the action of … Continue reading

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EDEV_505 Week 7_2

If an organisation wishes to encourage triple-loop learning according to Tosey, Visser and Saunders’s (2011) interpretation of Bateson’s third order learning, most, if not all, aspects of an organisation may be considered as a type of evidence. A serious level … Continue reading

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EDEV_505 Week 7_1

It’s interesting that graduate students in psychology don’t engage in inter-student counselling. One would have thought that the chance to practice would be exciting, just as in my own graduate studies in music, we students always formed groups with each … Continue reading

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