Intergenerational AI and Education

ABSTRACT

Intergenerational Appreciative Inquiry in Conversation and in Action celebrates the diversity and generativity of intergenerational conversations. Business, education and communities show what they can achieve by reaching out and connecting with different age groups. They share their successful methods to ‘go between in order to create the beyond’.

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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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Author: Craig Knight

Craig has some 20 years of experience in the world of community safety and policing. He has worked alongside numerous community groups drawing them together to drive engagement and local crime reduction. He enjoys running and cycling in his spare time – when he has it.

E: craigs.account@hotmail.co.uk

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