How Supertramp and Pink Floyd led to MAELM: EDLM 525 Forum Post

As a teenager, I totally related to both Roger Hodgson and Roger Waters in their reflections of boarding school experiences.  When Hodgson (1979) wrote, “But then they send me away to teach me how to be sensible/Logical, oh responsible, practicalAnd they showed me a world where I could be so dependable/Oh clinical, oh intellectual, cynical”Continue reading “How Supertramp and Pink Floyd led to MAELM: EDLM 525 Forum Post”

Dig Deep: Following the Process of Change

EDLM 525: Developing Leadership Capacity through Reflective Practice Royal Roads University August 17, 2019 Frederic Fovet From Classroom Notes to Practice During Residency when we were discussing our papers and research, I heard Frederic say “Dig Deep”, in regards to research papers.  He also mentioned that when you find a secondary source, look to findContinue reading “Dig Deep: Following the Process of Change”

As a Neophyte Reflective Beginner

As a the MAELM Residency began and we continued to create presentations and write our assignments, I realized how we were continually learning on a multitude of levels through self-reflection (Heyler, 2015). It wasn’t until I looked back at all that we had accomplished and realized that the EDLM 525 course was designed as HelyerContinue reading “As a Neophyte Reflective Beginner”