Readings

These readings are referred to, with the appropriate links, in the Section on “Assigned Activities.”

Article by long-time WISR faculty members, Cynthia Lawrence and John Bilorusky, on Learning the WISR Way:  “Multicultural, Community-Based Knowledge-Building” [this article is made accessible only to members of the WISR learning community, with special permission from the publisher–do not circulate outside of WISR except to serious prospective students].

Various pages on the WISR website:  www.wisr.edu

Reflections of WISR students over the years, in their “End of Program Evaluations”–accessible on Google Drive at user account:  coursematerials@wisr.edu  password:  wisrowl1

Paper on Improvisational Competency-Based Learning by John Bilorusky in collaboration with three colleagues.  (presented at the 1975 annual conference of the American Association for Higher Education)

Article that provides a well-rounded overview of action-research as taught and practiced at WISR:  “Participatory Action-Research, Inclusiveness, and Empowering Community Action at the Western Institute for Social Research” [again, this article also is made accessible only to members of the WISR learning community, with special permission from the publisher–do not circulate outside of WISR except to serious prospective students]

Article that discusses the role of students and the role of faculty in facilitating personalized, transformative learning at WISR:  “Learning-the-WISRWay:  The Role of Students and Faculty in Personalizing Education

For MFT and LPCC students, the website of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the website of the State agency that oversees the licensing of MFTs and LPCCs, the Board of Behavioral Sciences

Brief articles on Note Taking Methods and Writing in Your Own Voice.

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