Applying Transformative Learning to Curriculum and Community Development: An Interview with Mina Wilson
Keywords:transformative learning, code switching, inward journey, Education Systems Strategist
AbstractThis editorial interview was conducted with Mina Wilson, who works as a principal consultant in the Center for Health Systems Performance for the national consulting arm of the Kaiser Permanente in the Care Management Institute. Wilson creates and teaches curriculum to improve her field, applying transformative learning in each area of her life and work. She was interviewed by editorial research assistant, Anna Doré.
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