Monthly Archives: October 2017

2017 Appreciative Inquiry Champions course

In October we had another successful 3-day AI Champions course in North Wales with participants from the statutory, voluntary and private sectors. A total of 8 people attended and all received their ILM certificate at the end. This is the third year this successful course has been running with growing interest in AI from across

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Moving to an educational inspection system that fosters trust, growth and the use of Appreciative Inquiry

A recent article by Prof Frank Coffield claims ‘Ofsted’s methods are invalid, unreliable and unjust’. He goes on to say that ‘Inspection has a legitimate and necessary role in education. My aim is to move it from a concentration on summative assessment (judging the measurable outputs of education such as test results) towards a balance of both

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