It's now nearly two months since the Learning History workshop in Bath. We didn't ask for feedback then - one needs time to digest and reflect - something fast-paced organisational life doesn't always allow. But this is live ongoing research - we are as interested 2 months later in facilitating and enabling change as we were back in February. So we are now asking participants to reflect on the event (via a reflection questionnaire sent separately). We are also inviting participants to comment here on any or all of the following questions:
It's two months now since the Learning History Workshop. What reflections do you have now about it?
What do you particularly remember about it?
Have any elements of a Learning History you read or heard about come to mind in the intervening time? If so can you elaborate?
Have you spoken to anyone about the event or some of what you experienced/discussed there?
Have you taken any actions that might in some way have been informed in some way by the Learning History Workshop ?
Has the workshop facilitated any ongoing communication with any of the other participants?
What do you think of using this kind of website as an ongoing form of communication?
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