Becoming An Expert Learner

InfoMine Vol. 5, No. 1 • January-February 1998

Becoming an Expert Learner Part 1: Retrospective and Prospective Learning

  • Canadian Centre for Management Development. Continuous Learning: A CCMD Report. 1994.

  • Honey, Peter & Alan Mumford. Learning Diagnostic Questionnaire: Trainer Guide. 1989, 1990.

InfoMine Vol. 5, No. 2 • March-April 1998

Becoming an Expert Learner Part 2: Understanding Your Disposition to Learning

  • Pedler, Mike. Action Learning for Managers. 1996.

  • Marsick, Victoria. Action Learning and Reflection in the Workplace (article in book: Jack Mezirow and Associates. Fostering Critical Reflection in Adulthood. 1990.)

  • Perkins, David. Outsmarting IQ: The Emerging Science of Learnable Intelligence. 1995.

InfoMine Vol. 5, No. 3 • May-June 1998

Becoming an Expert Learner Part 3A: Paying Attention to Your Cognitive Biases and Shortcuts

  • Piattelli-Palmarini, Massimo. Inevitable Illusions: How Mistakes of Reason Rule Our Minds. 1994.

  • Honey, Peter & Alan Mumford. Learning Styles Questionnaire. 1995.

  • Kolb, David. LSI Learning Style Inventory User's Guide. 1986.

InfoMine Vol. 5, No. 4 • July-August 1998

Becoming an Expert Learner Part 3B: Paying Attention to Your Team's Cognitive Biases and Shortcuts

  • Schrage, Michael. No More Teams!: Mastering the Dynamics of Creative Collaboration. 1989, 1995.

  • Senge, Peter M., Art Kleiner, Charlotte Roberts, Richard B. Ross & Bryan J. Smith. The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook. 1994.

InfoMine Vol. 5, No. 5 • September-October 1998

Becoming an Expert Learner Part 4A: Whole Brain Thinking

  • Herrmann, Ned. The Whole Brain Business Book. 1996.

InfoMine Vol. 5, No. 6 • November-December 1998

Becoming an Expert Learner Part 4B: Whole Brain Thinking and Conflict

  • Herrmann, Ned. The Whole Brain Business Book. 1996.

Becoming An Expert Learner