Kimberly is a researcher and international speaker on inquiry-based instructional methods. A former public school teacher, Kimberly was also a high school vice principal in Seattle (Chief Sealth HS) and elementary principal at the American School (ACS) in Athens, Greece. In 2007, Kimberly joined the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a Senior Program Officer and later joined a global non-profit, Teach For All, as Director of Partner Engagement in Argentina.

Kimberly received her BA in History and Philosophy from Skidmore College and her MA in Administration and Policy Analysis from Stanford University. She is co-Chair of the UW College of Education Ambassadors and Board Chair for the IB Regional Council of the Americas.

Venue:
International School of Luxembourg
36 Boulevard Pierre Dupong,
L-1430 Luxembourg

8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Registration at 7.45 am
on the 24th November 2019.

Developed by Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz, Liberating Structures are 33 easy-to-learn microstructures that enhance relational coordination and trust. They foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone. Built around the principles of inquiry, Liberating Structures promote deep thinking, authentic engagement, and creative collaboration.

Kimberly will guide participants in several of the microstructures; discussing what kinds of skills are “liberated” in each. Together, we will also discuss how and when to implement these structures into our own practice, whether in teaching or leading, or both.

Learning Objectives:

  • Experience and debrief the following microstructures: Heard, Seen, Respected (HSR), TRIZ, 15% Solutions, Trioka Consulting, and 25:10 Crowdsourcing
  • Develop a plan for implementing these structures


 

INVESTMENT

USD 750 Early Bird Offer 1st March 2019
USD 790 Closing Date 1st November, 2019

INCLUDES: Certificate of Participation for 16 Professional Development hours, Lunch and 2 coffee breaks.

All Participants will be attending the Keynote with Guy Claxton and the Panel Session on Day 2. Participants will choose one Thread per day, total of two Threads. The choice of Threads is on a first come first serve bases.