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Action Learning
Action learning is a structured method that enables small groups to work regularly and collectively on complicated problems, take action, and learn as individuals and as a team while doing so.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 11/14/2008
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

Action Learning for Effective Problem Solving
Action learning provides employees with the ability to study their own actions and experiences, together with those of their colleagues, in order to improve performance and creatively solve problems. It works through discussion within the group, allowing members to learn from each other’s experience where similar problems have been identified. Each group member will then take responsibility for future actions relating to personal experience.
Uploaded by capita_ld on 04/25/2011
Digital publication details: 1 pages.

Intentions and Interpretations of Action Learning
A variety of forms of action learning (hereafter abbreviated as AL) are growing in significance, as a leading workplace learning approach in organisations worldwide. In this dissertation, I study the intentions and interpretations of AL, as developed by its founder, Dr Reginald Revans.
Uploaded by biipmi on 03/10/2013
Digital publication details: 99 pages.

The Biochar Action Learning Circle Manual
This is the official world first Biochar Action Learning Circle manual
Uploaded by crafters on 07/27/2011
Digital publication details: 34 pages.

Action Learning Sets
A guide Action Learning Sets including the process, values and approaches, issues arising andfurther help
Uploaded by stratagem on 06/03/2009
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Action Learning Sets
A guide Action Learning Sets including the process, values and approaches, issues arising andfurther help
Uploaded by stratagem on 02/18/2009
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Organisational Knowledge Transfer: Turning Research into Action through a Learning History
Organisational learning and knowledge management experts are searching for more appropriate research tools to tackle the difficult concepts of organisational learning and knowledge. This paper provides an overview of the learning history methodology, first proposed by Kleiner and Roth, in studying knowledge transfer activities. The learning history methodology, typically used within an action research environment, is designed to allow recognition of what has been learned in the past to guide stakeholders in the dialogical generation of a new future. It is a qualitative measurement tool of what has been learned, and remains sensitive to contextual factors, since it is based on the perceptions of the organisation's actors and the theoretical sensitivity of the researcher. This paper surveys the learning history literature to determine the roots, benefits and challenges of this research method. We will then demonstrate the advantages of using this approach to studying organisational...
Uploaded by on 03/11/2007
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Action Research – A Learning tool that engages Complexity
The outcome of this micro teaching action research exercise demonstrates the complexity of self perception and self learning. It highlights that the action reflection methodology has to be very aware of complexity in learning. When that complexity is recognised and valued then action research can be an inclusive research process that encourages reflection as praxis. This experiment also suggests that group involvement in person reflection can increase complexity. The outcome of this experience shows that the recording of presentations for self reflection can encourage deeper levels of learning, and can enhance learning particularly in higher education.
Uploaded by gfbertini on 10/06/2010
Digital publication details: 10 pages.

Action Learning: The Tool
Action Learning provides the tools for group reflection. How we learn from and within a group, and how we can learn by engaging as a team and manage similar problems effectively. It also establishes personal responsibility due to the action learning set being different from a project team or task force.
Uploaded by capita_ld on 04/25/2011
Digital publication details: 1 pages.

Improving Virtual Collaborative Learning through Canonical Action Research
Abstract: Virtual collaboration continues to gain in significance and is attracting attention also as virtual collaborative learning (VCL) in education. This paper addresses aspects of VCL that we identified as critical in a series of courses named Net Economy : (1) technical infrastructure, (2) motivation and collaboration, and (3) assessment and evaluation. Net Economy is an international online setting, focusing on the business impact of new technologies and is highly notable for the divergent educational and cultural backgrounds of its participants. Having been subject to research from the onset in 2008, in which approximately 10 students were analysed and evaluated, the course has continued to gain significant success as a learning tool, wit h over 150 students currently enrolled throughout the various course cycles. In this paper we focus on how we implemented changes with regard to the above mentioned critical elements as part of canonical action research between the...
Uploaded by on 07/08/2014
Digital publication details: 13 pages.
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