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Supportive Feedback: The Hidden Secret

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In earlier discussions, we’ve looked at the importance of interpersonal feedback.  We’ve learned that there are four types of feedback: supportive, corrective, insignificant and abusive.

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Why Corporate Training is Broken and How To Fix It

Informal learning expert, Jay Cross outlines why corporate training is ineffective for most businesses and what trainers can do to fix the problem.

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Nancy Reyes, Ed.D.'s curator insight, January 24, 2013 4:37 PM

Move your organization towards collaborative learning with these four steps...

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Improvisation Blog: Hirst's "Forms of Knowledge"

Improvisation Blog: Hirst's "Forms of Knowledge" | Business Practice | Scoop.it

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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, September 21, 2013 7:31 AM

The great educational philosopher Paul Hirst wrote a paper in 1973 entitled "Liberal Education and the Nature of Knowledge" (reprinted in Hirst, P (1974) "Knowledge and the Curriculum"). In this he writes that:


"to acquire knowledge is to become aware of experience as structured, organised and made meaningful in some quite specific way, and the varieties of human knowledge constitute the highly developed forms in which man has found this possible. To acquire knowledge is to learn to see, to experience the world in a way otherwise unknown, and thereby to come to have a mind in a fuller sense"

 


In rejecting various forms of mentalism and behaviourism, he asserts that



"to have a mind basically involves coming to have experience articulated by means of various conceptual schemata. It is only because man has over millenia objectified and progressively developed these that he has achieved the forms of human knowledge, and the possibility of the development of mind as we know it is open to us today"
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6 Big Trends That Are Changing The Future Of Corporate Learning

6 Big Trends That Are Changing The Future Of Corporate Learning | Business Practice | Scoop.it
Boring training sessions are on the way out.

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Storytelling and improvisation - Limor's Storytelling Agora

Storytelling and improvisation - Limor's Storytelling Agora | Business Practice | Scoop.it

When looking at improvisation concerning storytelling, most people relate to text meaning one of two things:

The ability to alter an existing text.
The ability to create a text from scratch on the spot.


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Teaching in the Moment

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Teaching can be a lot like improvisational acting when your goals are making your students look good, listening and responding appropriately, and "accepting the offer."

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