Editor’s note: I dropped into the World of Learning Summit this week and in one of the sessions Andrew Jacobs shared this article on double loop learning. It’s a really useful method for questioning the assumptions that lie behind a piece of learning. It also advocates for inquiry and dialogue. Seems like a good way to approach all learning interventions right now.
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