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The Fifth Discipline

“Today’s problems come from yesterday’s solutions” (Senge, 1990).

Our Actions

A shift of mind. The expectation to see the “bigger picture”. But if we constantly break down complex tasks into chunks and something more manageable, then we may lose the intrinsic ability to see the larger whole (or bigger picture). 273 more words

Adult Learning

Is group work actually any good for the individuals' learning?

Does working as a group actually help us learn? by Dean Burnett

Have you ever wondered whether all that group work you have (had) to do at university was of much benefit for your own learning? 263 more words

Nursing

Teams That Thrive: Five Disciplines of Collaborative Church Leadership

Teams That Thrive: Five Disciplines of Collaborative Church Leadership

Hartwig, Ryan T.; Bird, Warren (2015).

Teams That Thrive: Five Disciplines of Collaborative Church Leadership

If you are looking for a book on leading teams especially with a focus on church-settings this is one of my top recommendations. 571 more words

Books I've Enjoyed

Week 3 Reflection

When working in a team every team member has something to contribute based off the team’s varying perspectives towards the given task. Edward DeBono’s six thinking hats (factual, emotional, negative, positive, creative and process control) I believe is represented by every person in the group, based off their individual characteristics and personality. 291 more words

Edward DeBono's 6 Thinking Hats

Off-Task Communication is Spot-On for Collaborative Learning

Paul A. Kirschner & Mirjam Neelen

Collaborative learning is a fascinating topic in general but in particular, when looking at research on such team learning, there is one thing quite striking. 864 more words

Learning Professionals

Design Thinking and Teacher Inquiry

Sometimes you attend a workshop and once it is over, you really don’t think about it again.  This was not the case with a workshop I attended at Learning 2 this past week.   514 more words