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Double Loop Control Theory by William T Powers

Geoff McDonnell
Double loop version of IM-8908 Based on 1990 SDR Article. Control systems act to make their own input match internal standards or reference signals. Competent control systems create illusions of stimulus response causality. Stimulus-response theory can approximate the relationship between disturbance and action, but it can't predict the consequences of behavior. These consequences are maintained despite disturbances. See also Double loop learning and Nurse Thinking Insights. See also IM-9273 for DLL LAIR model

Psychology PCT Control Behavior Causation Learning

  • 1 year 5 months ago

Clinical Judgment Structure

Geoff McDonnell
From A Philosophical Basis of Medical Practice Toward a Philosophy and Ethic of the Healing Professions Edmund D Pellegrino David C Thomasma OUP Oxford 1981 Ch6 The Anatomy of Clinical Judgments p119-152 Note judgments have consequences of action, decisions can separate out the knowledge used. See also Thinking Like a Nurse IM-703 and Ladder of Inference Assumptions IM-351 and IM-50413 to show diagnostic detail

Health Care Clinical Care Decision Making Learning Behavior

  • 1 year 1 month ago

Capability and double loop learning

Geoff McDonnell

Replaced by Map at IM-1918 WIP Clone of IM-752 This model is derived from the paper "Nobody Ever Gets Credit for Fixing Problems that Never Happened: Creating and Sustaining Process Improvement" by Nelson P. Repenning and John D Sterman with Intent Act Effect and Mental models added to show double loop learning IM-619 with IM-897 and IM-1897 ideas. http://bit.ly/jCXGKL Replaced by PCT view at IM-9273

Process Improvement Learning Capability

  • 2 years 10 months ago

How tutors help the learner causal loop

Evan

This paints a broad picture for my non-profit of how tutoring helps disadvantaged youth and, with the right jump-start from a caring individual (R1 point), how learning can get learning and skill begets further skill. I appreciate any feedback to modifications because they might shape program direction.

Future iterations will show the low skilled isolated individual gets stuck in a cycle of "no-growth." I would also like to explore the dynamics of how the learner reduces dependence on the tutor.

Causal Loop Learning Education Nonprofit

  • 4 years 1 month ago

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