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In: The Art & Science of Learning Design

(upward-spiral; 6 animals, 118 events and double-loop; 3 animals, 182 events) that whales used to create bubble nets. Specifically, we show the actual swim path of the whales (e.g., number of revolutions, turning rate, depth interval of spiral), when and where in the process bubbles were expelled and the

In: Behaviour
In: Understanding Science Teachers' Professional Knowledge Growth

rewarding activity; and deep or “double-loop” learning (Bouwen 2001). • Shared ownership of the task . All actors need to feel part of the con- ceptualization and operationalization of the task that has brought them together. The result is a sense of both the duty and the privilege of par- ticipating in the

In: International Negotiation
Author: Tove Brink

provides changed frames for knowledge creation, which can support double loop learning as noted originally by Argyris (1977), e.g. this is shown in the hub-port opportunity developed during the research process. The facilitation is embedded in the subsequent strategic decisions of the port, with derived

In: Triple Helix

, double looped gland duct; right loop of ex- cretory duct slightly larger than left one. Hemizonid an- terior to excretory pore. Basal pharyngeal bulb pyriform 30 . 2 ± 4 . 2 × 34 . 9 ± 3 . 5 µ m in size with four to five 756 Nematology Two new Plectinae from India Fig. 1. Plectus glandulatus sp

In: Nematology

. Further explorations are needed to test this putative result and to provide evidences for carbohydrate-binding mechanisms in SpLec genes. On the other hand, the deduced tertiary structures of the CRD were conserved in various species, it has a double-loop structure. The overall domain was a loop

In: Crustaceana
Author: Richard Hopkins

, holistic, adaptive, and transformative process-sources such as Chris Argyris's single- and double-loop learning, Jerome Bruner's theory of instruction based on cognitive development stages, the philosopher Stephen Pepper's "world hypotheses," Karl Gustav Jung's typological concepts, various authors' 48

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Nigel Rooms

‘spirit of inquiry’ stance is taken up which notices what is happening in the room when it occurs through double loop learning. Over time and with practice triple loop learning can emerge where people in the system are able to see themselves alongside, and separately from their assumptions and unconscious

In: Ecclesial Practices

depth of processing challenges facing churches in our time. In the mid-1990s the term “double loop learning” was coined in organisation theory to indicate that learning in organisations should go beyond reacting and restructuring (known as single loop learning). 33 This often happens on the level of

In: Religion and Theology