75-min | In-Person
When we collaborate with others to achieve a common aim, we bring to bear diverse knowledge, experiences, and expertise. These efforts are rarely linear from beginning to end, but more like learning journeys with starts and stops along the way. In this session, we will illustrate some improvement tools and protocols to promote a shared understanding of a problem and the context in which it occurs. Participants will have the opportunity to think about how to begin their local improvement projects, as well as consult with one another about the approaches they might take to launch their learning journeys.
Patrice Dawkins-Jackson, Senior Associate, Networked Improvement Science; Director, Organizational Learning and Development, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Barbara Shreve, Senior Associate; Managing Director, Networked Improvement Science, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Manuelito Biag, Managing Director, Center for Postsecondary Innovation, Senior Associate, Networked Improvement Science,Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
March 24–27, 2024
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina