Learning Theories: Double-Loop Learning

One of my favorite adult learning theories, Double-Loop Learning, coined by Chris Argyris, is in an article on +TeachThought .  Always interesting that theories traditionally put in the “adult” silo are more and more often applicable to any stage of learning.  Perhaps it is only the third loop, not referred to here, that is meant for adults?  Learning meant for adults and for K12 students (traditional) is getting less and less differentiated.
Loops in Triple-Loop Learning
1 – Are we doing things right?
2 – Are we doing the right things?
3 – How do we decide what is right?

 

 

<<Learning Theories: Double-Loop Learning by Steve Wheeler, Associate Professor, Plymouth Institute of Education This is the second in my series of short blog posts on important theories of learning.>>

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