Arguably much of society’s framework built upon teamwork. Within K-12 institutions student collaboration is included as vital parts of lesson plans and course curriculum. In colleges at the undergraduate and graduate level teamwork is encouraged through end of semester group projects. In
“Critical thinking is something everyone has the capacity to do. Yet, we may not consciously evaluate our assumptions or think about how they are influenced by the wider social environment” (Merriam & Bierema, p. 212, 2014). As the semester’s
It is important to consider women in leadership as a specific type of leadership to help combat the marginalization women have experienced and continue to experience professionally. Simultaneously expanding the platform for women leaders while delving into this issue more
This somewhat new leadership style focuses on the charismatic aspects of leadership which may enhance the moral and motivational aptitude of followers and leaders. Interestingly, this style of leadership has been receiving increased coverage and research over the last decade
There are several positions, theories and ideas behind learning – too many for me to list at the moment (time constraints prevent me from giving this post it’s due latitude). Piaget, Dewey, Mezirow and Kolb are a few of the
Chapters 6 and 7 of Northouse (2013) expand on the breadth of leadership theories by looking at the path goal and leader member exchange (LMX) theories. Both theories offer unique perspectives on viewing the leader – follower dynamic. Path goal
Athanasou’s paper looks at two areas of self – evaluation in adult education, the social cognitive framework and the accuracy of self – evaluation. The social cognitive framework involves factors that foster self – efficacy and self-evaluation (Athanasou, 2005). The
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