The Capacities for Imaginative Learning

This post discusses the capacities and techniques for “Imaginative Learning,” a concept that is a cornerstone to the success of the Lincoln Center Institute.

The Capacities for Imaginative Learning:
Noticing Deeply
Embodying
Identifying Patterns
Making Connections
Exhibiting Empathy
Questioning
Living With Ambiguity
Reflecting and Assessing
Creating Meaning
Taking Action

Read more here: http://lcikenanfellowship.blogspot.com/2011/01/kathryn-logan-on-capacities-for.html

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