New Course on the Calendar: Learning Evaluation by Design

Do you want to go beyond simple feedback surveys to really understand what your participants have learned and the difference it made for them, personally and professionally? Do you want to identify the factors that contributed to or hindered these changes, so you can improve the learning process in the future? In this course, Learning Evaluation by Design, you will design […]

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Required Reading for Literacy (2000)

Jane’s book “Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach” was required reading for 3 learning programs I attended: 2 were national adult literacy tutor train the trainer programs (Literacy Volunteers of America and Laubach Literacy) and 1 was orientation for the Masters of Adult Education program at St. FX in Nova Scotia. I snuck into an introductory course in New Orleans in the 90s with Joye Norris and a group of “School to […]

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Our Truly Global Community 2020

As I reflect on the past year + and all that we have learned from the pandemic, I am struck by the “global” nature of my last public experience with Global Learning Partners. In the winter of 2020, January to be exact, a group of dedicated teaching professionals gathered over five days at a Bed […]

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Learning that LASTS (1999)

I wish I had known you in 1992 when I was writing my thesis on training mother-tongue translators in Melanesia, but my meeting your work through Roland Walker in 1999 upon my return from 4 years in Cameroon was perfect timing for the next phase of my career. I helped him develop “Learning that LASTS” […]

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Leadership: The Catalyst for Learning Transfer and Impact

I have worked in human resources for health throughout the entire country especially for the past 10 years. Currently I am with the Last Mile Health Liberia Country Program. I am participating in the Healthy Communities Fellowship which was created to amplify the voices of frontline leaders and innovators spearheading initiatives that address health inequities around the […]

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When Learning is Hard Work

Jane is amazing! Sometimes when learning is hard work, it is easy to think that I’m just going to “put my feet up” for a while but then I think of Jane. I’ve had some great interactions in the past and recently when I posted my GLP blog on liminality, Jane got in touch and […]

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