Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

Lecture Notes in Informatics


Information Systems Technology and its Applications, International Conference ISTA'2003, June 19-21, 2003, Kharkiv, Ukraine, Proceedings. P-30, 85-96 (2003).

GI, Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn
2003


Editors

Mikhail Godlevsky (ed.), Stephen W. Liddle (ed.), Mayr Heinrich C. (ed.)


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Contents

Reflective learning in large companies - can Itô work?

Mihaela-Monica Vladoiu and Beatrice Matenciuc-Antonescu

Abstract


A growing number of universities and companies are now becoming focused on promoting learning that is not merely instrumental. These aspirations refer to deep learning, transformational learning, critical learning, intentional learning, reflective learning and lifelong learning. Our primary goal is to present several ways in which lifelong reflective learning can be effectively and consciously promoted within large companies. The term reflection is used with two meanings. One would be the process by which an experience, in the form of thought, feeling or action is brought into consideration (while is happening or subsequently) and the other the creation of meaning and conceptualization from experience and the potentiality to look at things from another perspective (critical reflection). We propose the following solutions: modular classes, open engagement lectures, online live learning, virtual classrooms, action group learning, immersive e-learning applications, project-based e-learning and any valuable combination of these. As industrial experience shows, integration of these models and methods to create a learning and development program and to incorporate it in the daily working schedule provide a consistent solution for education in the long run.


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