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|Posted By: lustick david on January 31, 2002|
Thank you for your response. It is quite helpful. I am a little troubled by the notion that transformative learning must be experienced to be perceived. As a researcher, am I to soley rely upon the self-reporting of subjects as to their own perceived changes or is there a way for me identy this type of learning through other means? Can't profound changes or paradigm shifts occur in the learner outside of the constructivist approach? What about an excellent lecture that impacts the student greatly or even self teaching and study? Why do you limit TL to only the constructivist environment?
| Assessment of Learning by lustick david on January 29, 2002|