Global Transformative Learning and Its Effects: An Interview with Debbie Kramlich
This interview was with Debbie Kramlich, a skilled education consultant, educator, and transformative learning/listening force. Kramlich is skilled in global educating and transformative learning practices, and has used these to her own, and others', advantage. She has applied these ideas and practices in all parts of her life, from personal to work-related.
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