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Joy in Learning

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 in Announcements, Intrinsic Motivation, Leadership, News

Create Joy in Learning and Leading.

Create Joy in Learning and Leading.

Meet my grandson – Milo 

Milo is doing what he loves and loving what he’s doing – even when that means eating dirt.  At just over one year old, he is exploring his world and finding meaning.  Glucose and blood are pumping to his brain feeding his new neural connections which are growing at an exponential rate.  Milo doesn’t need to be extrinsically motivated; he is already intrinsically motivated or neurologically wired to learn.

Classrooms and schools around the world are now delving deeper into creating new coercion free learning experiences.

Are you experiencing
Joy in Learning and Leading?

We all have a right to joy in learning, work and leading.  Join us at the first Deming in Education Conference, November 6-8, 2015 in Seattle, WA.  Dr. W. Edwards Deming challenged me to transform education, which began a journey that has now spread world-wide.  At this conference you will have a joyful learning experience and hear how international educators are transforming their own learning environments and creating world-class performance at the same time.  Start your journey today.  – David Langford, CEO

Please forward this e-mail to anyone interested in making a difference in education today.

50 – 4-Day Seminars in Australia and Counting

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 in News

IMG_1011Teamwork IMG_1023 IMG_1028This year in April, we marked our 50th 4-Day Australian Seminar in Adelaide, South Australia.  It was fitting that our 50th was here in Adelaide sponsored by principal Mary Asikas and the Hallett Cove R-12 school.  Mary helped to sponsor one of the first 4-Day seminars in Australia 15 years ago and has been an ardent supporter of Quality Learning ever since.  Hallett Cove has become an improvement and transformation leader in South Australia and continues to grow in confidence and capability each year.

With this seminar we also mark our long history with Quality Learning Australia (QLA).  Michael King and Dr. Jane Kovacs of QLA have actively scheduled and supported our work throughout Australia since January 1999.  Their continued support and follow-up training have created a great symbiotic relationship.  QLA has created many new improvement booklets that we use in the USA and are available in our store.  It is great to work with people that enjoy their work and have a clear vision of the future of education in Australia.

In some schools, Australians have surpassed American schools in improving learning and management.  The documented stories of improvement on the Quality Learning DVD series have caused many schools in America, Canada and South America to make some drastic changes in pedagogy and management.

Thank you Australia for a long history.  We are looking forward to another 50 seminars.



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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