New Publications about a Dialogue-Education Apprach by Rhonda McEwen

Two publications by Certified Dialogue Education Practitioner, Rhonda McEwen, PhD., can now be downloaded from the Founder page for your inspiration! Blended Learning: Curriculum Design for Effective Learning – is a chapter in the 2017 book entitled Leadership in Theological Education, Volume 2: Foundations for Curriculum Design, published by The ICETE Programme for Academic Leadership […]

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Andres Ponce

aponce@internationalbudget.org Andrés is a Program Officer with the International Budget Partnership, where he works with civil society to make government budgets more open and accountable. He is responsible for data collection and analysis for the Open Budget Survey and provides technical assistance and capacity development for civil society to advance budget analysis and advocacy to […]

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The Training That Changed My Life (2019)  

I remember my first class with GLP trainers Peter Perkins and Michael Culliton in Stowe, Vermont. Michael was talking about how we are asking adults to change when we are inviting learning. That was a total “lightbulb moment” for me. That totally changed the way I think about learning design and the need for the Core Principles. I’m so appreciative of that!  Jill Pattee, […]

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Russ Mitchell

russmitchell@oci.org Education, primarily in Churches and Christian schools, is a consistent thread throughout Russ’ 35-year career. He enjoys facilitating the Kairos Course and serves as a guest lecturer for the Perspectives in World Missions Course. He has taught several college courses, most recently as an adjunct Professor at Taylor University in the area of Intercultural […]

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Unearthing Collective Wisdom: Strengthening Disaster Preparedness & Early Action with PLA Tools and Principles

The Situation: Early Warning Systems (EWSs) are an important part of achieving relief and development goals. Their purpose is to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of disasters – be they related to weather, conflict or disease. Most EWSs, however, are still focused on triggering action by governments and official stakeholders that speeds up and increases […]

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American University ITEP Program Honors Jane Vella

The International Training & Education Program at American University’s School of Education recently honored Jane Vella at its 2021 gathering for prospective students, current students, and alumni. The focus of the gathering was Pathways to Progress, aligning the strategic framework of the ITEP program. Jane’s keynote address, The Role of Dialogue Education in an Ever-Changing […]

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