Clear points… Grounded in three learning models: Builds on the “ Lewinian Model of Action Research ” (Cross & Israelit text pp. 314-315) Also, informed by “ Dewey’s” Model of Learning (formation of purposes, observation of surrounding conditions, knowledge of what has happened in similar situations and judgment (implications for informed future action)… pp. 315-316 And Piaget’s Model of Learning and Cognitive Development , which situated learning as a developmental process enacting the concrete to the abstract continuum and the reflective and active continuum (pp. 316-318) Characteristics of Experiential Learning : (1) learning is best conceived as a process , not in terms of outcomes; (2) learning is a continuous process grounded in experience; (3) the process requires the resolution of conflicts between dialectically opposed modes of adaptation to the world; (4) learning is a holistic process of adaptation to the world; (5) learning involves transactions between the (P) & (E); (6) learning is the process of creating knowledge and (7) learning therefore is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience (pp. 319-331).
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Awareness & Communication as Facilitative, Executive Coaching Competencies: Reviewing Literature to Inform Practice and Future Research! Symposium 51: 3C’s Enhancing Organizational Learning Culture, Trainers’ Creative Role Identity & Facilitative Executive Coaching Competencies. Terrence Maltbia, Rajashi Ghosh & Victoria Marsick Saturday March 3, 2012: 3:30 – 5:00 PM