In this workshop, students will learn the theory and practice of Appreciative Inquiry by experiencing and applying components of the AI process.
- Expose students to the basic philosophy of AI
- Familiarize students with practical building blocks of AI
- Examine real-life applications of AI in personal, organizational, and community setting
To prepare for this class, please read the Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry by Sue Hammond (ISBN # 0-9665373-1-9). This book is available for $8 in print or $6 for e-books. There is also a copy on the reserve shelf of the Marlboro College Graduate School; contact firstname.lastname@example.org for borrowing information.
The workshop will be team-taught by Marlboro Graduate teacher-practitioners Sandi Everitt and Alisa Del Tufo. For more information and to register, please visit http://appreciative-
“No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew.” - Albert Einstein
To learn more about Appreciative Inquiry, please explore The Appreciative Inquiry Commons hosted by Case Western U.