"The means is dialogue, the end is learning, the purpose is peace." ~ Founder Dr. Jane Vella
At Global Learning Partners, we are energized by our work with a diverse range of clients worldwide, and are driven by a desire to effect lasting global change towards peace and justice.
We invite you to browse through the lists of our clients by following the links below (also on the right) for the following four sectors:
I enjoyed the challenge and format of the training. Everyone was able to test out their facilitator skills and receive valuable feedback which we rarely receive out in the field. I felt a real connection to the material as I was able to experience the new curriculum from both the facilitator and participant perspective which I know will be invaluable to my work with clients. I have already started using our new material and it is apparent how well the design was thought out. … The participants love the constant interaction, sharing, and connection to relevant material that is supported by the curriculum and the cadence makes the time fly.
~ Trainer, Credit Where Credit Is Due
…. [My dad] reminded me constantly that it really didn’t matter how "educated” one is, if education didn’t teach one how to live. I guess this is one of the reasons I regard Dialogue Education™ (DE) as more than just a process; it is becoming a way of life for me. When the principles it teaches and espouses become part and parcel of how you approach life, I believe DE crosses the threshold from being merely educational to a philosophy of life.
~Chris Pullenayegemm Director of Leadership Exchange, Christian Reformed Church of North America (CRCNA)
Like faculty in colleges and universities everywhere, we are constantly transforming our lectures, our courses, and our programs. Now we have a new common language with which to encourage one another and new tools for design to sharpen our thinking about teaching and learning. A trickle has become a flood of new ideas as the river of teaching and learning suddenly broadens far beyond its original banks.
~ Dr. Heather Prior, Assistant Professor of Biology, King’s University College
I see the value and benefits of Dialogue Education to shift the balance of power back to the patients as an important step in their progress through rehabilitation.
~ Terry Chase, MA, ND, RN, Patient & Family Education Coordinator, Craig Hospital