Chapter 7. LIBRE Model Problem Solver’s Feedback
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LIBRE MODEL PROBLEM SOLVER’S FEEDBACK
It is powerful to receive your words back as feedback.
This chapter addresses the use of the LIBRE Model problem solver’s feedback. The collected data from each exchange provides evidence toward the development of self-efficacy and self-management (Guerra, 2009). Dweck (1999) explains this effort as a meaningful investment. She asserts that if something is important, then investment will occur; if there is no value, there will be no commitment. Thus, the participant’s collected words and resolution plans are invaluable data points that attest to the level of personal investment. For the individual who does not see “self” as an active agent, this activity provides data to demonstrate her position. She is able to see in concrete words and plans what her investment produces. Patterns emerge from the participant’s problem-solving exchanges. These presentations become snapshots of the individual-in-the-moment. For instance, with the Listen prompt, the participant is invited to self-reflect and conduct a personal environmental scan of all that is on her mind that may be occurring within her world. Following the Identify prompt, a concern is identified. The Brainstorm prompt invites the participant to create and explore options to the identified concern, and the Reality-Testing prompt gives the problem solver a chance to speak-out to ← 73 | 74 → what would occur within her worldview, experience and boundaries if she did pursue each stated option. She is asked to behaviorally imagine acting on each brainstormed option. Finally,...
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