Partnering for quality education and learning outcomes
World Vision International Regional Forum
‘Partnering for Quality Education and Learning Outcomes’ Asia Pacific Region 5-8 June Bangkok, Thailand
Global capacity building Global University for Lifelong Learning in affiliation with World Vision International
Master of Professional Studies (M Prof) leading to Doctor of Professional Studies (D Prof)
For World Vision Asia Pacific Regional Forum participants, National Office colleagues & volunteers Facilitated by Elinor Alexander and Richard Teare
Lead team representatives
Representatives from 12 World Vision (WV) national offices in the Asia Pacific region (joined by external partner representatives) will lead the global GULL capacity building initiative centred on the World Vision Education and Life Skills (ELS) Community of Practice (CoP). The lead team represent:
Bangladesh; Cambodia; India; Indonesia; Laos; Mongolia; Myanmar; Nepal; Philippines; Solomon Islands; Sri Lanka; Thailand and Vietnam.
How and why?
Self-directed: GULL awards professional certificates, diplomas and degrees and its learning process is entirely linked to outcomes using an active, self-directed approach (termed action learning) that is customized by the learner.
Shared: GULL recognizes and certifies the evidence of learning and application. This arises as participants use and apply action learning and then cascade (share) their experience.
For sustainable change: The outcomes typically relates to change, impact and transformation and the objective is to enable participants and other stakeholders in the learning process to generate practical and professional learning outcomes that enable them to advance and improve.
The shared learning model:
The concept of ‘grassroots up’ return on investment (ROI) impact tracking
GULL is a non-profit public benefit corporation registered in California, USA. GULL’s mandate to confer professional awards is based on a statement of recognition offered in perpetuity and signed by the Head of State and the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea on 10 April 2007. GULL is also endorsed by other Governments, Leaders and Institutions.