at school with her young son and negotiate a consensus with her ex-partner.The Set Advisor recommended someone who could provide a list of supervisors.
(Me) I arrived at the ALS with an idea of researching the semantics andarchetypes contained in tarot cards and hopefully locating where they originated and if they have a relationship with the kabbalah. I have a great interest in alchemy, symbolism andsemiotics.My initial concern is to refine my research to a more specific area. It was suggested that I shouldinvestigate female archetypes within tarot, as this was an area of interest to me.
was researching for a professional doctorate in the area of childhood bereavement and how this affects their educational progress. I was impressed by his genuineconcern and commitment towards resolving bereavement issues for children who are oftenneglected by society at this difficult and sensitive time. After a detailed discussion it was suggested he should talk to his supervisor at the next availablemeeting and renegotiate how to progress and make changes regarding feedback andcorrespondence.I felt a little worried by the amount of anger being expressed and a focus on emotional issuesrather than discussing and developing research ideas, which I was very interested in.
is from a business background but with surprising areas of knowledge in othersubjects, particularly alternative theology. He is researching reasons why ethics are not upheld within business and has great commitment to engendering ethical and morally responsibleattitudes in the workplace.He is finalizing his in-depth proposal and analyzing what to pursue.
2.Review of participants learning from actions taken
Some of the problems outlined in Tom Bourner’s article Action Learning comes of age areapplicable to this experience.The two comparable experiences were similar to those described in the ‘The uncommitted set’and the ‘The set adviser’s set’ but for very different reasons.Student four did not continue the ALS; it was disappointing and upsetting, as he would havemade an interesting contribution. I tried to persuade him to re-attend but he was not interested.I think he felt it was not structured enough and he was extremely angry that medical students