Learn How to Facilitate an Action Collab

March 30th, 2017 - March 31st, 2017

ISKME is offering a two-day professional development training session 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.

This is a great opportunity to take this design thinking approach back to your own organization, or add it into your own facilitation service offerings. All participants leave with practical, relevant experience, and a detailed Facilitator Guidebook.

Sign up for our upcoming Action Collab Facilitator Training!

Action Collabs have been used to:
  • Redesign curriculum
  • Rethink parent engagement in schools
  • Transform professional learning
  • Explore new models and solutions for restructuring teaching and learning services
  • Reimagine revenue models

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. Click here to see the full Action Collab framework.

Register through Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2kWazm2

Cost: $1,600 (includes breakfast and lunch both days).

Special Discounts Available: For nonprofits and BIFniks, please contact us for details.

Location: San Francisco, CA

For more information contact us at info@iskme.org

To learn more about the value of an Action Collab Facilitator Training, take a moment to read this blog post about taking the skills you learn and developing your own personal practice.