Critical friendship, dialogue and learning, in the context of Leadership for Learning

@inproceedings{Swaffield2008CriticalFD,
  title={Critical friendship, dialogue and learning, in the context of Leadership for Learning},
  author={Sue Swaffield},
  year={2008}
}
  • Sue Swaffield
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Critical friendship is a flexible form of assistance for development and research, and one that had a key role in the international Carpe Vitam Leadership for Learning project. Whilst conforming to common features and engaging in similar activities there were some differences in the way critical friendship was enacted across the eight sites. The work of the critical friends contributed to the development of the leadership for learning principles, which in turn provide a framework for… CONTINUE READING

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