This book can serve as a source of inspiration, but it may also meet with resistance. It is about an educational concept that is so different from what we are used to that not everybody will at first be convinced of its potential. And yet that ...
potential is enormous. Virtual Action Learning (VAL) has been developed over the years through deliberation and implementation, and through feedback and reflection. New insights and experience have been gained by means of pilots and training programmes. The result is this well-documented book, which can really only describe 80 per cent of VAL. The essence of VAL is that it is constantly changing. This also shows in the critical reflections of educators, advisors and managers who know the concept from practice, but who continue to pursue clarification. In this book, VAL is not described using classical chapters, but in objects, as that is what best links up with the VAL concept. You can read the book in many different ways, which will be explained on the following page. The editorial team consists of Merel Martens, KarienKuijpers, Karlijn Brouwers, Len Knoester, MajBritta de Ruiter, Jolenta Weijers and Claudia Wrede.
Number of pages: 138
Date of publication: 01/01/2011
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