Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities
Journal: Transformative Learning
Vol 29, No 3: Transformative Learning
One of the primary functions of higher education is to prepare students to become educated and engaged citizens so they may contribute to the intellectual, cultural, economic, and social advancement of their communities. Transformative learning has a growing place in higher education and is helping students to learn.
Issue 29.3 ‘Transformative Learning’ highlights the theory of transformative learning and ways in which it is institutionalized and operationalized across the CUMU membership. Included are articles that focus on how institutions are helping students to transform from adolescents to professionals in a field, or to re-design their lives through formal education.
I would like to thank Ed Cunliff, PhD, professor of Adult and Higher Education, and Jeff King, EdD, Executive Director, Center for Excellence in Transformative Teaching & Learning, of the University of Central Oklahoma for serving as guest editors. Their scholarship and work guided the development and execution of this issue.
Valerie Holton, PhD, LSCSW
Table of Contents
Ed Cunliff, Jeff King
Institutionalizing Transformative Learning: The Trees, then the Forest, then the Realization
Ed Cunliff, Jeff King
Sustainability in Management Education: Contributions from Critical Reflection and Transformative Learning
Claudine Brunnquell, Janette Brunstein
Metamorphosis Inside and Out: Transformative Learning at Portland State University
The Role of the Teaching and Learning Center in Promoting Transformative Learning at a Metropolitan University
Judy Ableser, Christina Moore
Using Public Private Partnerships to Accelerate Student Success
Sandra Haynes, Vicki Golich, Steve Kreidler
People, Practices, and Patterns: Transforming into a Learning Institution
Bill Heinrich, Breana Yaklin, David J. Goodrich, Jessica L. Knott
Exemplary Models of Faculty-Driven Transformative Diversity Education Initiatives: Implications for Metropolitan Universities
Chaunda L. Scott, Jeanetta D. Sims
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