What works - for you?

Please note: this is a new PIElink section, part of a more sweeping re-shaping; and some of the content is not yet added; so please bear with us.

Life is complex, and constantly changing; and many questions do not have a 'correct' answer. The point of the question is not to know the answer, but to explore the issue.

The PIEs 2.0 framework suggests that an attitude within services of 'learning and enquiry' could be seen as one of the hallmarks of a psychologically informed environment - one that keeps responsive, open to new experiences and finding new ways to work - asking questions.

Here we aim to open up some wider issues, as new needs arise, and new practice needs to develop, and probably - hopefully - always will.

But the key point here is not a particular question; it's more the attitude of questioning. Or, at the illustration below suggests, of not setting up any ideas, however enlightened and inspiring., 'on a pedestal'.

NB: In the Pizazz Handbook - 'Useful questions' - we have also suggested some more specific issues in the details of practice that services might consider, as questions they might ask themselves.

 

Further background reading/listening/viewing

PIE link pages

Discussions, questions and forums : (HERE)

Discussions : (HERE)

Questions : (HERE)

Forums : (HERE)

Is the PIE evolving? (summary) : (HERE)

PIEs 1,2 - and 3? : (HERE)

 

Library items

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Learning and Enquiry and the cycles of practice-based learning : HERE

A new and fully customisable framework for PIEs : HERE

Questions, questions : HERE