Beginning with ourselves in practice, theory, and human affairs
An invitation to helping professionals to become more aware of your personal psychological beliefs and understandings, and to bring this knowledge to bear on your life and work.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Beginning with Ourselves in Learning Style
Teachers and Counselors Begin with Themselves
Consultants and Supervisors Begin with Themselves
6 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
action activities applied asked aware basis become beginning with ourselves beliefs Best Theorist bring Carl Rogers Chapter characteristic classroom clients colleagues communication concepts consider consultants counselors describe discussion educational research ENFP evaluation example exercise experience experienced knowledge experiential learning feedback feel flexing formal theories Fritz Heider George Kelly goals human affairs Hunt & Gow ideas identify implementation implicit theories initial Inside-out approach interaction interpersonal transactions Kelly's Kolb Kolb's Kurt Lewin learning style models matching principle metaphor modes mutual adaptation myth need for structure Outside-in participants patterns person Persons-in-Relation plates spinning practice practitioners professional reading reciprocal relations relationship Rep Test requires resistance response role seems skills social learning theory specific staff development step stinger summarize teachers teaching approaches theorists and researchers Thornlea Thornlea Secondary School tion Transactional Analysis understanding Upward Bound variation workshop writing