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Taecher Student Relations ?
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Hello,I think about using this text "Teacher Student Relations" as a main piece for building a theorical frame (not certain about the right term, sorry) that would help decision learning. I am thus…Continue

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The Future of Progressivism: Applying Follettian Thinking to Contemporary Issues at West Virginia University

June 14, 2018 to June 16, 2018
2018 marks a century since Mary Follett first published The New State: Group Organization, the Solution of Popular Government. In her opus on Progressive Era political theory and group dynamics, she introduced innovative and timeless concepts of integrative process as applied to governance, from neighborhood to global levels, as well as application to occupational groups.This gathering of the Mary Parker Follett Network will be hosted by the John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics…See More
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Matthew Shapiro replied to Corine Navarro's discussion Taecher Student Relations ?
"Hello Corine - It is good to see someone focusing on this work. As for your question, it is not an easy one to answer. You could try researching the dissertation databases. You may end up being the one who actually develops the research…"
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Taecher Student Relations ?

Hello,I think about using this text "Teacher Student Relations" as a main piece for building a theorical frame (not certain about the right term, sorry) that would help decision learning. I am thus looking for everything that was written about the implications of this text ? Does anyone of you (or of someone you know) get informations or datas about that ?All the best,CorinePS : my apologies to those who already read this post on the Education groupe. I am new in using our network.See More
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"Hi Corine, If should have written my two daughters, granddaughter and I went to the Women's March on Washington.  Pardon.  Albie"
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Albie M. Davis left a comment for Corine Navarro
"Hi Corine, Albie Davis, now in Boston, saying hello, and I think your idea is a good one.  If you would send me an email at:   albiedavis@aol.com    with your own email, I would be glad to send you in copies of various articles I…"
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Corine Navarro commented on Matthew Shapiro's group Education
"Hello, I think about using this text "Teacher Student Relations" as a main piece for building a theorical frame (not certain about the right term, sorry) that would help decision learning. I am thus looking for everything that was written…"
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Corine Navarro replied to Sébastien Damart's discussion Follett's speech in Boston 1928 on the teacher-student relationship in the group Education
"Hello, I think about using this text "Teacher Student Relations" as a main piece for building a theorical frame (not certain about the right term, sorry) that would help decision learning. I am thus looking for everything that was written…"
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What brings you to Follett?
Hello,
I'm a new doctorate student !
My subject has evolved and is now :
" Common good as a mediator for apprenticeship : Through collective decision skills by new entrepreneurs."
I will focus on Mary's thinking as theorical frame and will lighten it through an other one, still to be decided (Fayol, Morin ?)
Would you think it relevant, I will gladly exchange with you.
Happy Easter !
Corine

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At 2:16pm on January 28, 2017, Albie M. Davis said…

Hi Corine, Albie Davis, now in Boston, saying hello, and I think your idea is a good one.  If you would send me an email at:   albiedavis@aol.com    with your own email, I would be glad to send you in copies of various articles I have written about Follett.  I didn't start with Teach Student Relations because I didn't know about it.  But, when I did read it, I found it very special.  I live in Boston.  My daughters and granddaughter went to the Women's March on Washington.  I often thought of Follett in the ways that the crowd automatically shared their food, space, water, stories, help in finding a lost child, and so on.  It was Follett's liquid leadership in full throttle, yet it led to a mellow and safe feeling in what was a VERY CROWDED space.  I look forward to hearing from you.  Again, Albie Davis  (albiedavis@aol.com).  

At 2:18pm on January 28, 2017, Albie M. Davis said…

Hi Corine, If should have written my two daughters, granddaughter and I went to the Women's March on Washington.  Pardon.  Albie

At 5:48am on April 18, 2017, Margaret Stout said…

Hi Corine. My email is: margaret.stout@mail.wvu.edu

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