STORCK, Anna

(Poland)

Title of contribution:

Train the Trainer. Integral (of) course

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Workshop: Train the Trainer. Integral (of) course

Based on the Integral Model we launched in 2011 an advanced course called: Trainer the Integral Trainer (TIT™) Program, which we also flipped 2016 to personalise learning to all participants across the world. Our Program allows trainers to continually transform themselves, create multidimensional training curriculums, and participate compassionately with others, supporting the health and dynamism of global systems. With this in mind, the Integral Approach to our Train the Trainer courses requires from our trainers a certain developmental level of consciousness or capacity in several interrelated areas (including cognitive, relational, and ego). In return it helps them to deepen their own journey of self-discovery and unfolding and create their uniquely comprehensive and dynamic trainer approach by expanding their teaching repertoire and learning practices to serve participants of their courses in the best possible way. I would like to introduce this program and give you a free access to one of our online classrooms to taste what it is all about. This is also an invitation for all professionals from the field of education for the best practice exchange session and discussion about potential and limits of integral education. How we can develop alternative pedagogical theories in response to the perceived deficiencies of traditional institutional education, theories of learning, and social knowledge creation modalities, honoring each and yet transcending the limits of both.

About Anna Storck:

Highly flexible and adaptable global talent consultant and an excellent communicator with a sensitive approach to important and often complex issues. In her 30-year career in the field of education she has worked for several international brands and business organisations, government administration institutions, non-governmental organisations and renowned higher education institutions in Poland, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, the US, India and New Zealand among others.

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