Re: Personal Learning Repository LO1280

Vadeboncoeur Helene (vadebonh@ERE.UMontreal.CA)
Wed, 17 May 1995 22:05:19 -0400 (EDT)

Replying to LO1240 --

On Tue, 16 May 1995, Stephen Moroski wrote:

> I was late in catching a thread on developing a learning repository within
> corporations, but I found the topic quite interesting.
> My question is: Is there a way to do that on a personal level? Would
> this be considered a journal or diary? And if so, I have found that
> journals are good, but they only have blank pages. Would anyone have any
> suggestions on how to set up this type of journal or diary in a way to be
> more effective? Or is there another solution?

A learning repository that has been of value to me personally and that is
more than blank pages is the Intensive Journal Method originated by Ira
Progoff out of Dialogue House in NYC. There is a workshop called at a
Journal Workshop that introduces the method and guides you through the
journal in a way that doesn't leave many stones unturned. It is one of the
most supportive tools that I have used in my quest to becoming a
reflective practitioner.

Best regards

------------------------- Steve Gildersleeve Groupe CFC Tel : (514) 286-8212 Montreal, Quebec. Fax : (514) 286-1500 ----- Host's Note: I can also endorse the Intensive Journal method. Many bookstores carry Progoff's book, "At a Journal Workshop" which describes the method quite fully. -----