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Carnegie Foundation’s Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics

September 16, 2020 @ 9:30 am

In this time of change and uncertainty in the world, we are confronting both new and ongoing challenges in our efforts to create equitable and just educational experiences for students. As we adjust and respond to the context around us, collaborating with others guided by tools and methods that discipline our work can help us realize the goals that we set.

Improvement science is a problem-focused, user-centered approach to change that attends to systems and the variable outcomes they produce. The Carnegie Foundation’s Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics course provides participants with foundational knowledge of the key concepts, strategies, and tools of improvement science that support disciplined inquiry to make progress on shared aims.

Registration is now open for this 12-week mediated online experience. Designed for individuals and teams, Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics is well-suited for those looking to:

  • Understand the principles and practices of improvement science
  • Learn how to engage in improvement science practice with colleagues
  • Apply an improvement science approach to real problems

Introduction to Networked Improvement Basics

Fall 2020 Cohort: September 16 through December 18, 2020.*

Register by September 9, 2020, to reserve your spot.

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