Posts Tagged ‘consequential transitions’

Consequential transitions – educational practice implications

July 4, 2022

Just posted this second consequential transitions piece on the Learning Matters blog. Link here.

The focus is on the implications for higher education practice.

Michael Lower

Consequential Transitions in undergraduate legal education – blog post

June 23, 2022

I have just published the first (of a planned sequence of three) blog posts about applying King Beach’s Consequential transitions theory to undergraduate legal education.

The link is here.

This post looks at the theory; I look at its essential features and explain why I think it helps educators (and administrators) to ask the right questions about the meaning of education and what educators can do to support students.

The next post will focus on practice implications and I plan a third post on how I imagine using the theory in education research projects.

Michael Lower