Appreciative inquiry in RRU mid-career student life
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SubjectTeaching; Learning; Education, Higher; Royal Roads University; Organizational change; Appreciative inquiry
The MA-Leadership (MAL) Program features an adult learning model and highlights three elements of the RRU Learning and Teaching Model (LTM): “facilitate authentic, challenging, collaborative and engaging learning experiences”; “focus on applied research-informed learning”; and “create learning conditions that are respectful, welcoming and inclusive.” How these LTM elements have worked for Royal Roads University students in the context of a relatively new approach to organizational change—Appreciative Inquiry—is presented and recommended as an effective approach that strongly supports the LTM.
DescriptionPart III: Pedagogies & Learning Designs
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