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Rolf Jucker

Systemic learning in nature

PRESENTED ON MAR 01, 2016
IN BERN @ VOL 22

Rolf Jucker - We as humans are part of a bigger system. We play a role but how come we have forgotten that? Systemic learning is learning in nature where the learners gets a bigger understanding of the system we are a part of.

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BY SCOTT BAYTOSH
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