Reading a Cloud (2)

Using the Cloud to follow the TOC process: What to change? What to change to? How to cause the change? (part 2)

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Reading a Cloud: Instructor's Conflict (Page 2)

Finding Win-Win Solutions:               

A Win-Win solution is a solution that enables both sides to satisfy their significant needs.
Thinking within a Win-Win framework requires us to shift the focus from getting what we want to obtaining what we need. For the above example, the assumption that “Students cannot take the responsibility to finish the syllabus on their own.” was challenged by developing a student-centered syllabus and explaining the roles of the student, instructor and tutor (supplemental instruction) and a win-win solution was obtained.