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As the Technology Partner of the Falling Walls Lab Kyiv, the Alliance supports Ukrainian start-ups and other transformative initiatives, which unleash Ukraine's technological innovation potential at a global level and achieve sustainable development of the innovation market in Ukraine.
Transformative learning refers to the process by which we transform our taken-for-granted frames of reference (meaning perspectives, habits of mind, mind-sets) to make them more inclusive, discriminating, open, emotionally capable of change, and reflective so that they may generate beliefs and opinions that will prove more true or justified to guide action.
This guide is a timely initiative, as countries at all levels of development are increasingly aspiring to use ICT for transformative and sustainable development, he writes.
Transformative Political Leadership: Making a Difference in the World is a book by Robert Rotberg, a seasoned and world acclaimed authority on political leadership particularly in developing countries.
Ten phases of transformative learning make up the framework for Mezirow's theory and the analytical tool for this research.
Despite early and potentially transformative policy successes, John J.
Through the years, significant research has expanded and formalized the process of reflective learning with related concepts such as critical reflective learning and transformative learning in the field of adult education (Schon, 1983; Brookfield, 1995; Mezirow, 1978, 1990; Mezirow & Taylor, 2009).
Weidner is one of the last decade's nine transformative law school deans, according to legal blogger and University of Chicago Law School Professor Brian Leiter.
The court recognized that the list of purposes in [section] 107 is not exhaustive and that protection could be afforded when the new work has a transformative use.
Copyright doctrine accommodates transformative new works because, rather than merely superseding the original work, the subsequent work alters the original with new "expression, meaning, or message.
Educating for Social Justice: Transformative Experiential Learning.

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