Intergenerational Appreciative Inquiry in Conversation and in Action

ABSTRACT

This issue of AI Practitioner focuses on the connection between intergenerational interactions and Appreciative Inquiry, and how this connection can be reflected in conversations, in actions and in the stance we take in everyday situations.

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Author: Marge Schiller 

Marge Schiller, Ph.D. uses Appreciative Inquiry and strengths-based approaches with Learning Leaders. Her passion is intergenerational work. She lives in Massachusetts and Florida. She has written and co-authored many books and articles, including STAN and the 4 Fantastic Powers, an AI book for children.

Contact: margeschiller@me.com

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Author: Matthew R. Moehle, Ph.D.

Matthew Moehle is president of Positive Change Core and academic coordinator and associate professor for Field-based Graduate Programs in Education for Southern New Hampshire University. He often consults with schools, businesses, and not-for-profit and community organizations to help foster innovation and positive change.E: matthew@matthewmoehle.com

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Author: Peter J. Whitehouse

Peter Whitehouse is a professor of Neurology and Psychiatry, Neuroscience, Psychology, Nursing, Organizational Behavior, Bioethics, Cognitive Science and History at Case Western Reserve University interested in developing innovative learning environments to promote flourishing, including intergenerational schools.E: peter.whitehouse@case.edu

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