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Introduction to Deming in Education

Friday, March 11, 2016 in

Two-Day Seminar:

Introduction to Deming in Education

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The Introduction to Deming in Education Seminar is a two-day interactive event and hands-on approach to the Deming Method. It is a time for educators to deepen their own understanding and to expose colleagues to the Deming theory. The seminar is designed for those interested in making a profound and sustained difference in education and inspiring “joy in learning” in the next generation of students.

Join us to learn how you can:

  • Dramatically improve your learning environment through a systems approach that creates joy and passion in learning, teaching and leading
  • Build student engagement by creating vibrant learning experiences
  • Create classrooms where behavior problems are virtually non-existent
  • Attain academic performance at levels not achieved through traditional methods
  • Begin the transformation of school and class culture with a committed core group
  • Expand your circle of influence to affect change in larger systemsRegistration Fees
  • Individual: $550
  • Group Discount: $50perpersondiscount(3orMore) Contactstaff@deming.org for infomation Limited scholarships available. For more information or to register, go to https://www.deming.org/events

At the seminar you will learn how the Deming principles produce a brain-based learning environment, how to apply Deming’s systems thinking in education, what learning looks like in the new system, and simple methods to get started in your classroom, school or university.

Who Should Attend?

Teachers, principals, professors, superintendents, administrators, school board members, parents and government leaders responsible for education at the local, state or federal level. Participants are encouraged to come as a team and learn together how to support the transformation effort in their schools.

Joy in learning, is it possible?

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 in Announcements

Dr. W. Edwards Deming died in 1993; his teaching and impact in education has been vibrant ever since.  Dr. Deming asked three things from our learning environments: to learn, have fun and make a difference.  It turns out that these three basic concepts produce a brain-based learning environment that enables student engagement and academic performance at levels not normally achieved through traditional methods.

Is it possible to create learning and work environments that are joyful?

Is it possible to create learning experiences so vibrant that student engagement goes beyond 100%?

Is it possible to create classrooms where behavior problems are virtually nonexistent?

The typical education system leaves the system alone and tries to manage the behavior the system produces by creating increasing levels of remediation programs.  Dr. Deming taught that it takes a modification of the system to create a change in the people within the system.

Using Dr. Deming’s work, David Langford developed methods to improve learning processes.  He then concentrated on applying those methods to help educators create stable learning systems which result in a reduced need for learning remediation and creates joy in learning, teaching and leading.

November 6-8, 2015 in Seattle, WA educators will be gathering to share how they are successfully applying these methods and joyfully achieving improved learning, teaching and leading at all levels within their organizations.

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Welcome to our Quality Learning network!

Friday, March 7, 2014 in Knowledge Posts, Leadership, News

Langford-David_CMYKLangford Learning on FacebookyoutubeQuality Learning on TwitterDavid Langford on LinkedInDavid P. Langford is CEO and founder of Langford International, Inc.  He is an international leader in the improvement and transformation of education through Quality Learning and Leadership.  Beginning in the 1980’s, David Langford has worked to improve learning through the creation of concepts such as Quality Learning and Profound Learning.  He has published Tool Time for Education, Tool Time for Business and Tool Time for Healthcare.  He is also co-author of Orchestrating Learning with Quality,  24 Elements of the Learning Code and Tool Time for Lean.  David created 10 unique quality tools: Capacity Matrices, Code of Cooperation, Consensogram, If…Then, Integrative Learning Analysis, Morphing, Parking Lot, P3T and Systems Progress.   He has made innovative adaptations and applications of the following quality tools: Bone Diagram, Lotus Diagram, Loss Function, 5 Whys? Operational Definitions, Multi-Voting, and Problem Statement.

Mr. langford pioneered the self-managed classroom, student ownership of learning, intrinsic motivation, technology innovation, portfolio formative assessment and created Student TEAMS which is an innovative program for youth to impact businesses and other organizations in their communities.  He has designed new curriculum implementation methods combined with research in neuroscience, pedagogy, quality management, psychology and systems thinking to create a transformation of learning called Quality Learning.

David Langford’s Two and Four-Day Seminars, webinars and downlinks have been attended by over 40,000 people worldwide since 1992.  Join us at a seminar or develop your learning in our Learning Network where you can discuss failures and successes with others throughout the world.  Mr. Langford is a sought after Keynote Speaker and Consultant in multiple countries.  See you at at an upcoming seminar where we always learn, have fun and make a difference.

“Excellent conference! Changed my thinking tremendously. Thank you.” –  Edie Bostic, 4-Day Seminar Participant

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