Learning Beyond the Classroom
“Our work with Keith brought change in perspective, attitude, and collective purpose. He is an incredibly gifted facilitator.”
Keith has helped 90+ campuses to lead, design, implement, and assess their curricular approach to learning beyond the classroom.
He facilitates this process through a workshop series that can be offered virtually or in person and ongoing consulting support.
Keith is national leader on the curricular approach, having co-authored the book, co-authored a peer-reviewed article, co-chairing the institute on this approach numerous times, and co-presenting the opening plenary at the institute for the past 13 years.
Keith supports large organizations clarify, sequence, and align their learning and development approaches toward greater equity for us all. Keith can assist you in developing and improving your learning and development offerings, particularly around equity and inclusion.
He offers possibilities and solutions to move you forward so you can have greater confidence that your training is grounded in the best scholarship, research, and practices, both in terms of content and pedagogy.
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