My sense is that one obvious link is the SEED program's professed use of "the Socratic Method'. What is fascinating to me is the length of time that the program has been around. One of the early premature 'understandings' of critical exploration some of my students had a was simplistic identification and with and mapping the Socratic Method approach to teaching onto critical exploration, or vis versa. The always grew out of this simplification but the linkage has long intrigued me nonetheless.
What is even more fascinating and interesting to me is how established the program is in the educational establishment! I am wondering if there is any potential for piggybacking T440 stuff into such an established program!