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Diane Culver

University of Ottawa (CAN)
Canada
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  • Leadership
    Leadership
    Leading System Change through Social Learning
    Develop an understanding of social learning theory and the value creation framework.

    Since the 1991 publication by Lave and Wenger, social learning theory and its most well-known concept, communities of practice (CoPs), have gained recognition for being able to support learning and change. 

    A CoP, as a social learning space, involves individuals engaged in a learning partnership. In this space, members work on making a difference in their practice. Wenger and colleagues continue to combine theory and practice as the theory of social learning evolves. 

    Virtual session
    2:45pm - 3:30pm
    Leadership

    Since the 1991 publication by Lave and Wenger, social learning theory and its most well-known concept, communities of practice (CoPs), have gained recognition for being able to support learning and change. 

    A CoP, as a social learning space, involves individuals engaged in a learning partnership. In this space, members work on making a difference in their practice. Wenger and colleagues continue to combine theory and practice as the theory of social learning evolves. 

    visibility & voice

    Since the 1991 publication by Lave and Wenger, social learning theory and its most well-known concept, communities of practice (CoPs), have gained recognition for being able to support learning and change. 

    A CoP, as a social learning space, involves individuals engaged in a learning partnership. In this space, members work on making a difference in their practice. Wenger and colleagues continue to combine theory and practice as the theory of social learning evolves. 

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