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Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.
Intended Audience: All Supervisors in San Diego County
Description of Course: This course will provide training on the purposes and uses of learning circles, the key practice of a facilitative supervisor, the importance of both process and content, how learning circles are structured, and an overview on the Interaction Method.
Understand the purpose and uses of learning circles to support training and practice improvement of staff
Describe and use the interaction method Learning Circles
List and use the key practices of a facilitative supervisor
Describe the value of focusing on both process and content during a learning circle
Review the approach and structure of a learning circle session
Practice engaging in a learning circle session through “speed circles”