Archive for October 2016

Action learning contributes to UN work

The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) is part of UN Habitat. It is an alliance of more than 75 global, regional and national partners … More

Get a Grip! Action learning for Kinaesthetic Learners by guest blogger Chloe Osborne

It is now well researched and recognised that people prefer a combination of different learning styles and techniques yet, in mainstream education and the majority of Professional Development opportunities, there are dominant learning styles that are catered for and others that are forsaken due to limitations on planning time, resources, space and shared awareness. More

Get a Grip! Action learning for Kinaesthetic Learners by Chloe Osborne

Kinaesthetic Learners are one of the four different learning styles popularised in the last 20 years by educationalists and psychologists: Visual learners – … More