can be a game changer for education.
program has the potential to impact both the how and why of the educational experience. It is the ultimate school-to-work skillset, since today’s workplace is defined by team-based operation and productivity. Unlike traditional “cooperative learning” used widely in schools today,
is based on industry-standard six-sigma continuous improvement principles.
- can improve classroom management and let teachers concentrate on teaching rather than on discipline.
- invests students in each other’s learning, creating a cooperative environment.
- promotes diversity and campus coherence.
- is a robust collaborative environment, promoting mastery and supporting student’s social networking and learning styles.
In the Classroom and School-to-Work
Through the use of process teams introduced at appropriate levels, students develop a fundamental set of contemporary workplace skills while creating a more interactive classroom.
In the Workplace
The ability of workers to work together, to be good leaders and collaborators, and to increase efficiency and productivity through the use of
and successful interpersonal interaction is critical to the success of the modern business or government enterprise.
The millennial workplace is one where the work is more important than the job, and knowledge is the principle product. This requires more interdependency and sharing than ever before. And it will require all workers to understand intra-group and inter-group processes in a new way. TLRI’s
program trains teachers, students, and adults to function in high-performance work teams to achieve learning goals.