Join us for a webinar on using co-design and rapid-cycle learning to find better early childhood solutions, faster, on February 12!
Co-designing solutions with parents, teachers, and caregivers can lead to programs that work for on-the-ground providers and meet the needs of families. Rapid-cycle learning along the way helps us improve programs by assessing what’s working or not working, in real-time.
During the webinar, the Lab’s Sheetal Singh along with a panel of experts will share their experience using co-design and rapid-cycle learning in their work and provide key insights on how to use these strategies in your own work. Join the discussion with our panelists:
• Sheetal Singh (moderator), Interim Executive Director at the Early Learning Lab
• Judi Brown, Chief Impact Officer at CivicMakers
• Margaret Caspe, Director of Research and Professional Learning at Global Family Research Project
• Gretchen Kirby, Senior Researcher at Mathematica Policy Research
Learn how these approaches to innovation can help transform your work in early childhood and register now!