Center for Reflective Community Practice of the Department of Urban Studies & Planning, MIT
This paper describes a collective reflective learning process with members of five community-based organizations for the purpose of generating and documenting their learning from their work. It examines the mechanics of the process itself and addresses the following questions:
- How does the process work to produce learning?
- What kinds of learning seem to result?
- What role do questions, stories and dialogue have in shaping the process?
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