Evaluation plans & instrumentation utilizing quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methodologies.
Training and Education plan for short-term and long goals
Development of instruments and analysis of survey results to inform contextual strategies.
Deep & High Impact Coaching Strategies for leaders and practitioners.
The latest mind, brain, and science research highlights the importance of multifactorial approaches to training, education, and learning. Our team believes educational practices, methodologies, and activities are multifactorial, multidimensional, and multisensorial.
The future of learning requires new practices; are you ready? Practitioners must be well-versed and informed in the latest research/science on mind-brain in education to provide the highest quality of multisensorial educational experiences. Let's explore the science behind each framework and methodology.
Frameworks are valuable and impactful if utilized purposefully in your setting; observing the impact is essential, and knowing when and how to measure is critical for reporting, enhancement of practice, practice adjustment, and development of new actions/activities/practices.
The information age requires innovative and research-based approaches to Learning & Development.
Our team has access to the most advanced learning hubs and collaboratories where these practices are discussed, planned, designed, measured, executed, and researched.
Additionally, we utilize intercultural lenses combined with social justice, humanistic, and engaged pedagogy practices applicable to virtual, hybrid, blended, or in-person needs. All these domains are very different in terms of effective delivery strategies.
Data gathering is good, and using it to inform your practices is better; it is essential to enhance your learning and educational activities.
Are you talking about trauma-informed, antiracism, and neurodivergent-affirming frameworks and practices, or is your team still stuck in traditional DEI work?
Are you interested in advanced training about implicit bias that includes practical and applicable multilayered actions/activities relevant to your settings?
Are diversity and inclusion a problem for your organization? Do you know the science of belonging attached to these factors?
What does contextualized belonging look like for your setting?
Are you trying to recruit, retain, promote, and hire new talent?
Are you thinking culture fit or culture add?
Do you want to go from the traditional shame/blame outdated training strategies to safe/brave spaces for inclusive practices?
Let's look at science and research to develop practical solutions that meet your needs. Our superb practitioners, facilitators, trainers, and research & science-driven practitioners do not talk about complex/sensitive/delicate/controversial topics without offering insightful strategies, solutions, and options for your needs about Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Access, and Belonging or antiracism.
State University of New York: conceptual stage.
Oregon State University, Sociotransformative Constructivists Practices.
Lululemon; the neuroscience of belonging in spaces of work and interaction.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Campus UNC Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center
Multnomah County Health Department Tobacco Prevention, Outreach and Engagement Strategies.
CAPACES Leadership Institute, Anahuac Language Project Framework, and Structure
Linn-Benton Community College Healthcare Occupation Center
Department of Institutional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Beyond Diversity and Inclusion; equity strategies and practical solutions.
Doulas Latinas International
Bilingual trainings on Virtual Teaching/Learning Utilizing Zoom Technologies.
Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific and COMP-Northwest
Advanced training on anti-racism and implicit bias for medical settings.
Kate McNulty LCSW Certified by AASECT & The Gottman Institute
Healthy and Joyful Virtual Classrooms Utilizing Zoom Technologies.
Southern Oregon University, Casa Latina
Project: High Energy Motivational Public Speaking Project infused with exponential learning strategies.
METRO Regional Government, Department of Equity
Project: Concept to Project: Consultation, Training, and facilitation on transformational strategies to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion goals.
Portland, Oregon Multnomah County Department of Human Health
Project: from concept to product. Digital Visual Story-Telling concept infusing spoken-word for high-impact marketing
Oregon State University, Extension Services
Project: consultation on culturally appropriate modules about delivering science-related content to Latinx and emergent communities.
Valley Catholic Schools
Project: Concept to Product, Brain-Targeted teaching, and the research and science of Unconscious Bias. Best practices for educators, practitioners, and thought leaders.
Project: The latest research and science about implicit/unconscious bias with suggested best practices to mitigate its impact in the workplace.
Oregon Historical Society:
Project: Concept to Product, digital visual brain-targeted installation/performance to educate attendees about extinct languages, language maintenance, and language revitalization.
Oregon Health and Science University:
Project: Visual concepts on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Access rooted in transcultural frameworks.
Hacienda CDC: Portland Mercado Entrepreneurship
Project: Bilingual introduction to exponential learning strategies such as Transient Hypo-frontality and Brain-Targeted Teaching methodologies.
Project: Conceptual Digital Visual Story-Telling.
Reach out for a quote or free consultation
Copyright © 2021 Education Innovation Learning & Development Intersectionality - All Rights Reserved.