Deming in Education: 2-Day Seminar in Seattle, 11 – 12 March 2016by John Hunter
A Deming in Education 2-Day Seminar will be facilitated by David Langford in Seattle, 11 – 12 March 2016
Be a part of our first Deming In Education Initiative Seminar
The Deming Institute presents a two-day interactive seminar and hands-on introduction to the Deming Method. Led by David Langford, this seminar focuses on addressing the following questions:
Why is the Deming Method relevant today?
What is the background of Dr. W. Edwards Deming?
What is systems thinking in education?
What are the basic Deming principles?
How can Deming’s 14 points be applied in education?
What does learning look like in the new system?
How do I get started at my site?
What are some of the pitfalls to avoid?
What simple methods will help me to get started?
How do I expand my circle of influence to affect larger systems?
The Two-Day Seminar is a time for educators to deepen their own understanding and to expose colleagues to the Deming theory. It’s for those interested in making a profound and sustained difference in education and inspiring “joy in learning” in the next generation of students. Participants are encouraged to come as a team and learn together how to support the transformation effort in their schools.
Who should attend: Teachers, principals, superintendents, administrators, school board members, parents and government leaders responsible for education at the local, state or federal level.
Presentation by David Langford, Why Deming in Education, at our Deming in Education Conference:
Related: Transforming the Organization – Deming Podcast with David Langford – Change has to Start from the Top – Webcast with David Langford – Monta Akin on The 20 Year Deming Journey at the Leander Independent School District – Deming’s Ideas Applied in High School Education