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Flipping The Classroom

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Learn

It’s easy to get good at what you need to do. Don’t worry if it didn’t happen in school. The classroom was always meant to be a place where readily available resources (books, materials, subject-matter experts) could be found, explored, and used to aid in learning. Learning mostly happens—not inside the classroom but outside of […]

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Processes of Transformational Change and Transformative Learning

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Lead

The word “transformation” is frequently used, but often without much deep understanding of what it means, especially in terms of our everyday interactions and organizational behaviors. This article will help you become conversant in the latest thinking regarding this important topic. Defining Transformation Transformation is a radical shift in thinking, perception, and behavior. In individuals, […]

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