Foundation for Feedback Learning
|I. WHAT IS FEEDBACK LEARNING -- a very brief description, definition, purpose, and history|
| Feedback Learning (FL) is a method
that can be used to learn anything. Individuals and groups primarily use
it to make self-determined changes in the ways they function, whenever those
ways seem problematic.
There are three main applications or objectives of FL. The first is the development of a set of behavioral skills, which might be thought of as the basic tools needed for good communication and relationship, interactive problem solving, and personal growth. These skills include awareness, good focus of attention, ability to disclose what is happening and receive the disclosures of others, flexible open-mindedness, and capability for empathetic love.
The second goal of FL is to help individuals learn how to make self-determined changes in the ways they think, feel, and behave, whenever they decide that change is necessary.
FL's third objective is to help individuals learn how to cooperatively govern the large and small social groups in which they live their lives.
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