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This institute builds on the work of Dr. David Wong, a professor of Educational Psychology and Educational Technology at Michigan State University.Dr. Wong's Biography

This page is devoted to exploring questions such as:
  • What is the nature of compelling experiences?
  • What (if anything) distinguishes something that is important from something that is compelling?
  • What makes some experiences more compelling than others?
  • Are there principles that might guide an attempt to create a compelling experience for others?


Group Facilitators: Cindy Kendall, MI; Cherice Montgomery, MI; Marcia Rosenbusch, IA



Examples





Readings


(More coming soon!)

Ball, William. (1984). A sense of direction: Some observations on the art of directing. Hollywood, CA: Drama Publishers. ISBN 0-89676-082-0.
This phenomenal book (particularly Chapters 1, 2, and 5) provides unique insights into the nature of directing and acting, teaching and learning, leading and mentoring, and intuition and creativity.