Using Transformative Learning Theory to Achieve Sustainability in Education and Business: An Interview with Janette Brunstein

Andi Christine Ullrich, Jacie Harvel

Abstract


This editorial interview was conducted with Dr. Janette Brunstein, who researches sustainability and transformative learning in the Master and Doctoral Program in Business Administration at Mackenzie Presbyterian University in São Paulo, Brazil. At the time this interview was conducted, she was a visiting fellow in the Center for Excellence in Transformative Teaching and Learning at the University of Central Oklahoma. She was interviewed by editorial research assistants, Andi Ullrich and Jacie Harvel

Keywords


sustainability, paradigmatic change, critical reflection, consciousness raising, transformative learning

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Vince, R., & Reynolds, M., (2009). Reflection, reflective practice and organizing reflection. The SAGE handbook of management learning, education and development. London: SAGE, 89-103.


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