Learning Consultation: A Systemic Framework
This book is unusual in this field for its ability to illuminate the learning process from the perspective of both the teacher and the learner. All the contributors have been very open and candid about their experiences, revealing aspects of their learning which are not usually discussed, yet have the effect of empowering the readers to take more personal risks in their own learning.
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