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Dr R M Banakar Professor K L E Technological University, Hubli, India

by Dr R.M.Banakar
(Hubli, Karnataka, India)

Situational leadership theory by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard finds an interesting application in Education Research. Students are enterprising learners and require suitable pedagogical techniques to bring out the competency in them and facilitate skill development. Institution and course instructors' careful attention to nurture competency plays a vital role in experential learning.

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Oct 15, 2018
Structure before diversity
by: Peter Jennings

The Situational Leadership model is a high level guide that mimics Obeng's Project Classification. It emphasises the need for structure in the early stage. So often we try to give freedom to children when they have no idea where to start. Structure must come before driversity in the 'fog' stage. This progresses to participating, and rightly so as the student starts to understand the work concepts, but still lacks knowledge. In cases where the student/worker has skills but needs to learn the ropes, coaching is the next effective level. Once both structure and concepts are understood then, then can tasks be delegated. This is clearly described in MEganize, written to change our educational process by using best practices.

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