San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Action Collabs help groups discover innovative ﬁxes to practical challenges and create real value for educators and learners. It is a collaborative approach to problem-solving that combines human-centered design thinking concepts with improvisation techniques to unlock a group’s creativity and capacity for innovation.
ISKME offers two-day professional development training sessions for participants to learn how to facilitate an Action Collab. The training includes a first-hand look at the Action Collab process and then provides a detailed step by step guide and rationale of the process, including how to create relevant and action-worthy design challenges. Time is dedicated for participants to practice giving process instructions and facilitating activities with rich debrief and reﬂection on learning as a group.
Take this design-thinking approach back to your organization, or add it to your facilitation service offerings, to empower others to identify and take action on creative solutions to challenging issues.
Participants have used Action Collabs to:
Redesign curriculum to fit the needs of changing education
Improve parent engagement in schools
Explore solutions for new models to restructure teaching and learning services
Design new services and revenue models
Transform professional development for educators
Cost is $1,600 per session. All participants receive practical & relevant experience, along with a comprehensive Facilitator Guidebook. Both days include breakfast and lunch.
Discounts are available for nonprofits and BIFniks. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with additional any questions.
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Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME) is an independent education nonprofit whose mission is to improve the practice of continuous learning, collaboration, and change in the education sector. Established in 2002, ISKME supports innovative teaching and learning throughout the globe and is well known for its pioneering open education initiatives. ISKME also assists policy makers, foundations, and education institutions in designing, assessing, and bringing continuous improvement to education policies, programs, and practice.