Personal experiences and your own value system make up who you are today. The individuals you interact with, the schools you attended, the family you associate with, and the everyday challenges and opportunities you face make up the core of your individuality. These personal perspectives, whether you admit it or not, contribute to your teaching practices and approaches in the classroom.
In this assignment, you will become familiar with various theories specific to transformative learning practices and change management.
In a minimum of 700 words, respond to the following:
Select at least three theories of transformative learning and change management using the online library resources or the Internet and describe each.
Evaluate the selected theories in your own words.
Analyze the weaknesses and strengths of the selected theories.
Compare and contrast the selected theories, including specific examples of each theory. Use scholarly articles to support your argument.
Evaluate whether these theories effect permanent change in postsecondary institutions. For instance, if institutions apply the transformative change principles, would collaboration among employees improve? Provide specific examples to illustrate your perspective.
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Assignment 2 Grading Criteria
Identified three theories from the readings and provided relevant descriptions. Included citations in the discussion.
Identified and described the weaknesses and strengths of the selected theories. Used scholarly articles to support the argument.
Explained whether these theories effect permanent change in postsecondary institutions. Included specific examples in the discussion.
Articulated key points in a clear, logical, and professional manner, with supporting evidence wherever required, and actively contributed to the discussion by providing points of view with rationales, challenging points of the discussion, or drawing relationships between points of the discussion.
Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in the accurate representation and attribution of sources; and displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.