Disorienting dilemmas as a catalyst for transformative learning
Disorienting dilemmas are commonly seen as an integral part of transformative learning. Within Mezirow's model of an ideal-typical learning process, a disorienting dilemma represents the initiation of a transformative learning experience usually denoting a life crisis that triggers a questioning of assumptions, resulting in transformed beliefs (Taylor, 2000).
Laros, A. (2017)., Disorienting dilemmas as a catalyst for transformative learning, in A. Laros, T. Fuhr & E. W. Taylor (eds.), Transformative learning meets Bildung, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 85-95.
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