Emotions in Professional Learning

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In this video, I talk about some questions that occur to me when concluding professional learning experiences and facilitating the closure experience using the FIND Debrief. What are some of the roles of emotions in professional learning? How do we access facts during the conclusion of learning? Why?

 

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Coordinating 21st Century Learning in Santa Ana & beyond. I practice art through photography. I raise funds for clean water with Team World Vision.
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Coordinating 21st Century Learning in Santa Ana & beyond. I practice art through photography. I raise funds for clean water with Team World Vision.

2 thoughts on “Emotions in Professional Learning

  • Lisa Treen
    August 24, 2016 at 12:46 am
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    Wes you are totally awesome! It is with your direction that I have experienced this particular professional learning process. I find it to be very positive and allows for all to participate and reflect. Validation of feelings is also a key component to this process. I also think that I left each situation with much more clarity about what was accomplished and where the next step forward should be.

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  • Bryan Davis
    August 24, 2016 at 4:15 am
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    Love hearing some of your insights as to your commitment is using the FIND. It’s true, we totally value synthesis, and I am guilty of taking short cuts in order to get there. This protocol provides the necessary steps to work up to that valued level of synthesis, but also emphasizes the importance of the path leading there.

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