Developmental Differences in the Understanding of Integral Theory and Practice

Developmental Differences in the Understanding of Integral Theory and Practice
Preliminary Results from the iTEACH Project
By Zachary Stein, Katie Heikkinen
Drawing on preliminary data from the iTEACH research study, we model the development of integral thinking, showing how key integral concepts manifest at different developmental levels.
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MP3
20.4 MB
Published: 12-31-1969
Length: 1 Hour 30 Mins
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Developmental Testing Service, Inc. (DTS) and iTeach researchers at John F. Kennedy University designed the Lectical Integral Model Assessment (LIMA), a developmental assessment of Integral Thinking. It examines how individuals think about and apply two core AQAL concepts—quadrants and lines. Based on preliminary data collected using this instrument, in this presentation we model the development of integral thinking, showing how key integral concepts manifest at different developmental levels. We then make some preliminary suggestions about how these learning sequences might be used to inform assessment feedback, teaching practices, and curricular enhancements.